Cocktail Cabinet No.35: The Not Proven Perfect Kneecap
Do not run away just yet – the idea could not be simpler
As a devoted explorer of all things easy in cocktail couture, and a lover of Port, I have been experimenting with Port-driven cocktails.
The easiest Port cocktail is the Kneecap, a 50-50 blend of basic Port (I use Fonseca No.27) and bourbon (I used Tullamore Dew) and it was astonishingly good, but just a tiny bit too simple.
I wanted one step up from the Kneecap, and found it in an adaptation of top bartender...
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