Original Sin Cocktail Recipe

ORIGINAL SIN COCKTAIL Recipe

The Original Sin cocktail consists of Sake and Vodka with a delicate hint of honey in an absinthe-flavored glass. The cocktail was created in 2009 by Spike Marchant at the Cabinet Room in London, England.

INGREDIENTS

  • 10 ml/ ⅓ oz. Absinthe
  • 60 ml/ 2 oz. Vodka
  • 22,5 ml/ ¾ oz. Sake
  • 5 ml/ ⅙ honey syrup

METHOD

  1. Pour the Absinthe into ice-filled Martini glass and top with water.
  2. Leave the mixture to stand in the glass.
  3. Pour Vodka, Sake and honey syrup into shaker with ice cubes.
  4. Shake well.
  5. Finally discard contents of absinthe-coated glass and fine strain contents of shaker into absinthe washed glass.
  6. Garnish with star anise.

SHOPPING LIST

  1. Smirnoff Vodka | USA* | UK* | Germany*
  2. Absinthe | USA | UK* | Germany*
  3. Sake | USA | UK | Germany
  4. Honey syrup | USA* | UK* | Germany
  5. Glasses | USA* | UK* | Germany*

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