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Fig-And-Bourbon Fizz

Fig-And-Bourbon Fizz created by Chef PotPie

A southern delight posted for the Culinary Quest.

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  • Muddle fig, mint leaves, and brown sugar cubes against sides of a cocktail shaker. (Fig needs to be fairly broken down.) Add bourbon and enough ice cubes to fill shaker (about 1 cup). Cover with lid, and shake vigorously until thoroughly chilled (about 30 seconds).
  • Strain into a 10-oz. glass filled with ice cubes. Top with chilled ginger ale. Stir gently, and garnish, if desired. Serve immediately.
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"A southern delight posted for the Culinary Quest."
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  1. Chef PotPie
    I never would have thought of this combination in a million years. It's very different! And if you love figs and bourbon, you'll love this. I used the smaller amount of brown sugar and it was just right for sweetness for us. The mint gave it a refreshing quality. We might even try it without just to see how it would taste, while we still have some figs on the tree that the birds haven't gotten to. Hubby and I loved this cocktail! I will make this again. And I will surprise some bourbon-loving people with a pitcher of it! Thank you, momaphet, this is a keeper for the cocktail file. SWT '18
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  2. momaphet
    A southern delight posted for the Culinary Quest.
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