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Cocktail Menu: San Francisco: Burritt Room Fall Menu

I love reading bar menus and I think a lot of you do too. If you're a bartender anywhere in the world and would like to share your cocktail menu with Alcademics readers, feel free to send it to me.  I'll only post the ones I think are interesting, so I apologize in advance if it doesn't make it on the site. 

Sherry cobbers

Burritt Room, San Francisco, Fall 2010

Not all the cocktails are new on this menu, so I've only posted the ones I think that are.

Use a shaker
one and half parts mandarin vodka; three quarters lime; one half orgeat, one half velvet falernum; scant of chipotle tincture; two dashes whiskey barrel aged bitters; small piece orange peel.  Fill shaker with ice, shake and strain into chilled coupe.

Use a mixing glass
two parts rye whiskey, three quarters french vermouth, one half cynar, dash of orange, peach, lemon bitters, green chartreuse rinsed glass.  fill with ice, stir and strain into rocks glass.

Use a shaker
one and a half parts aged rum, one half velvet falernum, one half cream, one half egg white, one quarter lemon juice, barspoon of maple pumpkin butter, dash of old fashioned bitters.  Fill shaker with ice, shake and strain into chilled cocktail glass.

Use a mixing glass
two parts black tea infused jamaican rum; three quarters pear liquor; three quarters lemon; dash of angostura bitters; small lemon peel.  Fill mixing glass with ice, stir and strain into chilled martini glass.

Use a mixing glass
One and a half parts calvados, three quarters rosato vermouth, one half pear liquor, scant of orange curacao, two dashes of lemon bitters.   Stir and strain into chilled cocktail glass. 

Use a shaker
two parts agricole rum, one part pineapple juice, three quarters lime juice, one half jalapeno syrup, one quarter green chartreuse, one half egg white.  Shake and strain into hi-ball.



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Fan of cocktails

FALLING LEAVES was really great. But i think NOT TONIGHT would need a bit on lemon. But this is my opinion :)


That's our friend Kevin Diedrich who is masterminding those drinks. Good for him!

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