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Sazerac New Orleans Recipe

Sazerac has an average of 150 calories and 45% alcohol content. The main type of alcohol is Rye Whiskey.

The Sazerac is one of the oldest known cocktails in America, originating in New Orleans in the 19th century. It is made with rye whiskey or cognac, a sugar cube, Peychaud's bitters, and an absinthe rinse, served in a chilled rocks glass with a lemon peel garnish. The Sazerac is known for its strong and aromatic flavor, with the anise notes of the absinthe complementing the spiciness of the rye whiskey. The cocktail is a staple in New Orleans and is often enjoyed as a pre-dinner drink.
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Sazerac Cocktail. Simple Ingredient List.

• 2 oz Rye Whiskey or Cognac
• 1 Sugar cube
• 2-3 dashes Peychaud's Bitters
• Absinthe (for rinsing the glass)
• Lemon peel (for garnish)

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How to Make a Sazerac

• Prepare Glass: Rinse a chilled Old Fashioned glass with absinthe, discarding the excess.
• Muddle Sugar and Bitters: In a separate glass, muddle the sugar cube and bitters.
• Add Whiskey and Ice: Add the whiskey and fill with ice. Stir well.
• Strain and Serve: Strain into the prepared glass. Garnish with a lemon peel.

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