- 1 1/2 oz gin
- 1/4 oz sweet vermouth
- 1/4 oz dry vermouth
- 3/4 orange juice
- 2 dashes of bitters
Monday, April 15, 2013
Income TaxApril 15, 2013
2.5 shots out of 5
It's Income Tax Day, it's Income Tax Day!! That could be a good thing or a bad thing depending on whether or not you are getting or paying money. I have been so busy this last week I have not been able to post in over a week.......I'm sorry. We have been putting off doing out taxes (which usually I'm on it as soon as the W2 comes), so we needed to get that done, plus I had my next article due today for the Simply Gluten Free magazine. Toss those in with too many baseball games, a soccer game, I lost count of the number of practices and 3 days of Tae Kwon Do.........phewph........just typing it out exhausts me!
I gave tonight's cocktail 2.5 shots out of 5. My new friend gin. I had found a few different versions of this cocktail online and decided to go with the one from Kitchenriffs. This one looked like the best quantities of each ingredient. This is not a bad cocktail. The gin does give you that "gin burn" a bit as you swallow it, but it's not too bad. Vermouths (sweet or dry) usually make me run the other way, but the amount you actually put of them into this cocktail isn't horrid......which is a good thing! All in all, if you like gin and vermouth, I think you will absolutely like this one!
Here is the recipe for a Income Tax:
In a shaker, add ice and all of the ingredients above. Shake and strain your cocktail into a martini glass, sit down, sign your taxes and mail them in!
Here is a photo of the end result:
Here is a photo of the ingredients:
Here's to a day that scares a whole lot of Americans and a cocktail that goes along with it!
The Cocktail Lady
Hello! My name is Jen and I am The Cocktail Lady. I am a married mom of 4 who loves creating and trying new cocktails.
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