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Angel Face

Angel Face created by Boomette

To be dedicated to the one you love, perhaps, although after couple of these, almost anyone will start to look good. It's an all-alcohol mix, and a pretty dry and bracing one at that, although the liquer contributes a touch of almondy sweetness to the finish. From "The Ultimate Book of Cocktails" by Stuart Walton

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ingredients

  • 1 12 tablespoons gin, 1 measure
  • 1 12 tablespoons apricot brandy, 1 measure
  • 1 12 tablespoons calvados, 1 measure

directions

  • Shake all the ingredients well with ice, and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a half-slice of lemon.
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"To be dedicated to the one you love, perhaps, although after couple of these, almost anyone will start to look good. It's an all-alcohol mix, and a pretty dry and bracing one at that, although the liquer contributes a touch of almondy sweetness to the finish. From "The Ultimate Book of Cocktails" by Stuart Walton"
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  1. Boomette
    I made it yesterday for me and tonight for DH. We both loved this drink. I used a little bit more of Apricot Brandy just to make it a little bit more sweet cause gin and calvados are not. Thanks Crafty Lady. Made for Photo tag
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  2. Boomette
    Angel Face Created by Boomette
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  3. Crafty Lady 13
    To be dedicated to the one you love, perhaps, although after couple of these, almost anyone will start to look good. It's an all-alcohol mix, and a pretty dry and bracing one at that, although the liquer contributes a touch of almondy sweetness to the finish. From "The Ultimate Book of Cocktails" by Stuart Walton
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