A cocktail based on Chartreuse that will give spark to the brunch
Prepare Sunday’s brunch with this cocktail based on Chartreuse that can only bring you a pinch of sparkle when you taste.
The cocktail was created by the Pourhouse bar in Vancouver, Canada. It’s called L’amour Rouge. A mixture of lemon juice, Chartreuse and bourbon washed with raspberry butter. To prepare the cocktail properly, anticipate the preparation of the bourbon, which should rest for 4 hours after cooking.
L’Amour Rouge Cocktail
20 ml **bourbon washed with raspberry butter
10 ml Yellow Chartreuse
10 ml fresh lemon juice
30 ml sparkling wine
Type of glass
Cocktail or flute glass
**Bourbon washed with raspberry butter
In a frying pan, melt 70 grams of unsalted butter together with 60 grams of frozen raspberries. Stir until ingredients are incorporated without burning. Add the mixture to a 750 ml bottle of Buffalo Trace bourbon. Cover and let stand for four hours at room temperature.
Preparation l’Amour Rouge
Combine ingredients (except wine) in a shaker. Shake vigorously for 8 seconds. Finely strain into cocktail glass or flute. Add the last sparkling wine.
Do not drive under the influence of alcohol. Consume sparingly.