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Happy St. Patrick's Day! Time for Tequila! Obviously. Today we take some tequila and bring it into the Green Chartreuse, very fancy but yet simple.
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The one directionality of a mintini tastes much like one would expect: mint. What type of mint? All type of mint, all up in your face hole all blowing your mind. This mint will blow the left side of your ear right off with mint impact.
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A flavorful sweet whiskey and mild herbal flavor against a muted cherry.
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Definitively whiskey potency, a nice aromatic bitter aroma brought with a bit of berry and anise in the finish.
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A sour bite that strikes hard against the whiskey. You have to be willing to accept a citrus and irish whiskey melding together in your mouth.
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A mild sour like a margarita with a nice gin profile and a mild sweetness; not too kiwi flavored.
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Irish Cream overall flavor with a subtle coconut and a finish of mild banana flavor. A full body creamy texture with sweet coconuts that do not take-over the drink's flavor profile.
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Bright silver agave Tequila action with a bit of alcohol burn which is cooled down by the rich and creamy Irish Cream. The cactus does "bite" for a second before it gets cooled off.
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Subtle Drambuie action as an overall flavor. The Drambuie plays well against that of the ginger spice without taking too much away form either flavor. You feel the presents of Scotch but you're not getting a full Scotch experience, so use a blended. The sour of the lemon is muted due to the intensity of ginger spice
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Rich Irish cream flavor with memorable amounts of chocolate and occasional strawberry sweetness with a muted whiskey finish, no burn