Green Haze[#1]

Cocalero(Clasico)[Coca liqueur](* Keep cool in the freezer.)10 ml
Absinthe10 ml
Water(* Keep well chilled.)10 ml
Cut lime(* Finally, Squeeze)1 cut
Build (Pousse-Cafe style)
GlassShot glass
AlcoholAbout 32 %
FlavorMedium dry
Photo: Green Haze ©okyawa
Step 1Chill cocalero in the freezer and water in the refrigerator.
Step 2Put the absinthe in a shot glass, then pour in cold water.
Step 3Gently pour the cocarero and divide into two layers.
Step 4Squeeze cut lime from above.
The combination of absinthe and water gives it a cloudy white hue, and the green color of cocalero gives it a greenish misty appearance. The unique herbal taste of absinthe is felt first, and the combined herbal taste of cocalero makes this an adult shooter with a strong herbal taste.
Sep 17, 2023

About Green Haze Ingredients

コカリキュール (コカレロ)
Coa liqueur (Cocalero)
This herbal liqueur is a blend of coca leaves and herbs. It is distilled to remove the narcotic component of coca leaves, and has a delicate, fresh aroma from the herbs and strong sweetness.A party drink served in clubs and discos. Cocalero has an alcohol content of 29 degrees.
A liquor made by re-distilling a blend of various medicinal and aromatic herbs, mainly wormwood, with brandy and other ingredients.It has a pungent taste that combines bitterness and spiciness and has a very strong alcohol content.
Mineral water
Hard water is high in minerals and can provide minerals that are often lacking. Soft water has a smooth taste with less dissolved minerals.
A citrus fruit with a crisp, fresh aroma and a refreshing acidity as well as a distinctive bitterness. It has less acidity and more bitterness than lemon, and is rich in citric acid.

About the supplies for making Green Haze

Shot glass
A small glass for drinking strong alcohol straight.
Bar spoon
A spoon used to stir ingredients in a glass. It has a long handle and a spiral shape in the center of the handle to facilitate stirring.
Major cup
Measuring cups for measuring cocktail ingredients. Cups are paired at the top and bottom, and 30 ml and 45 ml are common.

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