- Dish type
- Tequila cocktails
At PopaBall we have been experimenting with revamping some classic summer cocktails. This Tequila Sunrise with cherry bursting bubbles is fabulous for making at home to get you in the summer spirit, even if the weather outside doesn't agree! The Tequila Sunrise is a classic cocktail and our easy recipe brings a tasty, unique twist by adding our cherry bursting bubbles. Bursting bubbles are little balls fruity juice that bring a lovely pop of flavour to any cold drink but the sweet cherry flavour is particularly suited to the zingy orange of a Tequila Sunrise.
Northumberland, England, UK
1 person made this
- orange juice
- grenadine syrup
- PopaBall Cherry Bursting Bubbles
- orange slices
- maraschino cherry
MethodPrep:10min ›Ready in:10min
- Fill a high ball glass with ice cubes. Add 3 parts tequila, 6 parts orange juice and add 1 part grenadine.
- Stir in 1 tablespoon cherry PopaBall Bursting Bubbles per drink.
- Finally garnish with a slice of orange, a maraschino cherry and enjoy using a chunky straw.
PopaBall Bursting Bubbles are suitable for vegans and only 33cals per serving. All our flavours are available at www.popaball.co.uk.
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1 teaspoon Peychaud’s bitters
1 teaspoon Angostura bitters
1 teaspoon Amer Picon
½ oz orange curaçao
½ oz simple syrup
½ oz maraschino liqueur
9 ounces bourbon
shake in an iced cocktail shaker and strain.
As one can see by this recipe, it’s obviously for an experienced drinker (ok maybe three experienced drinkers, as this is a recipe that is supposed to be strained into three glasses but it’s still a lot of booze). The Mother-In-Law, as Doc tells it, was truly obscure, coming to him from Brooks Baldwin by way of Chuck Taggart.
As told to Doc by Brooks, from Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails:
“My grandmother (born in New Orleans in 1895) inherited this recipe from her mother-in-law shortly before the beginning of the First World War. As specified in the original recipe, my mother concocted this libation by the quart and stored it in an antique lead crystal decanter. Informed that science had linked lead crystal to lead poisoning, my grandmother said: ‘It’s a pretty bottle, so hush’”
As for my own two bits: you gotta love the amount of bitters!