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The Spice Is Nice Cocktail


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This cocktail is both spicy and sweet

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Tequila king Patron released their latest spirit, Patron XO Café Incendio. The spirit combines the spicy, distinctive flavor of Mexican arbol chile with the rich, decadent essence of Criollo chocolate, brought together with the crisp, smooth taste of Patrón Silver tequila. The Spice is Nice is enhanced with cinnamon syrup for a hint of fall flavor.

Ingredients

  • 3/4 Ounces lime juice
  • 1/2 Ounce Patron XO Cafe Incendio
  • 1/2 Ounce Roca Patron Reposado
  • 1/2 Ounce cinnamon syrup

Another cocktail innovation from the Lost Plate baijiu cocktail kit*, with a very descriptive name: ‘Coconut Cinnamon Spice Ooooo That’s Nice.’ Our favorite tasting note was discovering a bit of longan here! This is a really on the other side of sweet: the cinnamon and anise go terrifically with the coconut juice, but it’s a candy punch.

This cocktail is also super-easy to put together – it’s just a few poured ingredients – but sure feels exotic and high-effort.

“Disarmingly sweet, but an interesting floral note at the end. A little hardwood, a bit woody. Like a really complicated dark southerns sweet team, almost?”

“This has the same sweet-but-kind-of-rotten tang that you get with longan, aka dragon eye fruit.”

Our take: super sweet, a real treat. But what to pair with this? We were stumped. Let us know if you have ideas!

INGREDIENTS

Items marked with a * are included in the Baijiu Cocktail Recipe Box.

  • 1.5 oz Ming River Baijiu*
  • ½ oz cinnamon and anise simple syrup *
  • Roasted coconut juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick *
  1. In a small glass combine Baijiu and simple syrup. Stir to combine.
  2. Add ice to rim of glass.
  3. Top with roasted coconut juice and stir together to cool.
  4. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

*We’re reviewing the whole kit separately! This is a really interesting package of ingredients and a compelling way to learn about and experiment with baijiu. This post will be updated with a link to that full review soon.


Another cocktail innovation from the Lost Plate baijiu cocktail kit*, with a very descriptive name: ‘Coconut Cinnamon Spice Ooooo That’s Nice.’ Our favorite tasting note was discovering a bit of longan here! This is a really on the other side of sweet: the cinnamon and anise go terrifically with the coconut juice, but it’s a candy punch.

This cocktail is also super-easy to put together – it’s just a few poured ingredients – but sure feels exotic and high-effort.

“Disarmingly sweet, but an interesting floral note at the end. A little hardwood, a bit woody. Like a really complicated dark southerns sweet team, almost?”

“This has the same sweet-but-kind-of-rotten tang that you get with longan, aka dragon eye fruit.”

Our take: super sweet, a real treat. But what to pair with this? We were stumped. Let us know if you have ideas!

INGREDIENTS

Items marked with a * are included in the Baijiu Cocktail Recipe Box.

  • 1.5 oz Ming River Baijiu*
  • ½ oz cinnamon and anise simple syrup *
  • Roasted coconut juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick *
  1. In a small glass combine Baijiu and simple syrup. Stir to combine.
  2. Add ice to rim of glass.
  3. Top with roasted coconut juice and stir together to cool.
  4. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

*We’re reviewing the whole kit separately! This is a really interesting package of ingredients and a compelling way to learn about and experiment with baijiu. This post will be updated with a link to that full review soon.


Another cocktail innovation from the Lost Plate baijiu cocktail kit*, with a very descriptive name: ‘Coconut Cinnamon Spice Ooooo That’s Nice.’ Our favorite tasting note was discovering a bit of longan here! This is a really on the other side of sweet: the cinnamon and anise go terrifically with the coconut juice, but it’s a candy punch.

This cocktail is also super-easy to put together – it’s just a few poured ingredients – but sure feels exotic and high-effort.

“Disarmingly sweet, but an interesting floral note at the end. A little hardwood, a bit woody. Like a really complicated dark southerns sweet team, almost?”

“This has the same sweet-but-kind-of-rotten tang that you get with longan, aka dragon eye fruit.”

Our take: super sweet, a real treat. But what to pair with this? We were stumped. Let us know if you have ideas!

INGREDIENTS

Items marked with a * are included in the Baijiu Cocktail Recipe Box.

  • 1.5 oz Ming River Baijiu*
  • ½ oz cinnamon and anise simple syrup *
  • Roasted coconut juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick *
  1. In a small glass combine Baijiu and simple syrup. Stir to combine.
  2. Add ice to rim of glass.
  3. Top with roasted coconut juice and stir together to cool.
  4. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

*We’re reviewing the whole kit separately! This is a really interesting package of ingredients and a compelling way to learn about and experiment with baijiu. This post will be updated with a link to that full review soon.


Another cocktail innovation from the Lost Plate baijiu cocktail kit*, with a very descriptive name: ‘Coconut Cinnamon Spice Ooooo That’s Nice.’ Our favorite tasting note was discovering a bit of longan here! This is a really on the other side of sweet: the cinnamon and anise go terrifically with the coconut juice, but it’s a candy punch.

This cocktail is also super-easy to put together – it’s just a few poured ingredients – but sure feels exotic and high-effort.

“Disarmingly sweet, but an interesting floral note at the end. A little hardwood, a bit woody. Like a really complicated dark southerns sweet team, almost?”

“This has the same sweet-but-kind-of-rotten tang that you get with longan, aka dragon eye fruit.”

Our take: super sweet, a real treat. But what to pair with this? We were stumped. Let us know if you have ideas!

INGREDIENTS

Items marked with a * are included in the Baijiu Cocktail Recipe Box.

  • 1.5 oz Ming River Baijiu*
  • ½ oz cinnamon and anise simple syrup *
  • Roasted coconut juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick *
  1. In a small glass combine Baijiu and simple syrup. Stir to combine.
  2. Add ice to rim of glass.
  3. Top with roasted coconut juice and stir together to cool.
  4. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

*We’re reviewing the whole kit separately! This is a really interesting package of ingredients and a compelling way to learn about and experiment with baijiu. This post will be updated with a link to that full review soon.


Another cocktail innovation from the Lost Plate baijiu cocktail kit*, with a very descriptive name: ‘Coconut Cinnamon Spice Ooooo That’s Nice.’ Our favorite tasting note was discovering a bit of longan here! This is a really on the other side of sweet: the cinnamon and anise go terrifically with the coconut juice, but it’s a candy punch.

This cocktail is also super-easy to put together – it’s just a few poured ingredients – but sure feels exotic and high-effort.

“Disarmingly sweet, but an interesting floral note at the end. A little hardwood, a bit woody. Like a really complicated dark southerns sweet team, almost?”

“This has the same sweet-but-kind-of-rotten tang that you get with longan, aka dragon eye fruit.”

Our take: super sweet, a real treat. But what to pair with this? We were stumped. Let us know if you have ideas!

INGREDIENTS

Items marked with a * are included in the Baijiu Cocktail Recipe Box.

  • 1.5 oz Ming River Baijiu*
  • ½ oz cinnamon and anise simple syrup *
  • Roasted coconut juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick *
  1. In a small glass combine Baijiu and simple syrup. Stir to combine.
  2. Add ice to rim of glass.
  3. Top with roasted coconut juice and stir together to cool.
  4. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

*We’re reviewing the whole kit separately! This is a really interesting package of ingredients and a compelling way to learn about and experiment with baijiu. This post will be updated with a link to that full review soon.


Another cocktail innovation from the Lost Plate baijiu cocktail kit*, with a very descriptive name: ‘Coconut Cinnamon Spice Ooooo That’s Nice.’ Our favorite tasting note was discovering a bit of longan here! This is a really on the other side of sweet: the cinnamon and anise go terrifically with the coconut juice, but it’s a candy punch.

This cocktail is also super-easy to put together – it’s just a few poured ingredients – but sure feels exotic and high-effort.

“Disarmingly sweet, but an interesting floral note at the end. A little hardwood, a bit woody. Like a really complicated dark southerns sweet team, almost?”

“This has the same sweet-but-kind-of-rotten tang that you get with longan, aka dragon eye fruit.”

Our take: super sweet, a real treat. But what to pair with this? We were stumped. Let us know if you have ideas!

INGREDIENTS

Items marked with a * are included in the Baijiu Cocktail Recipe Box.

  • 1.5 oz Ming River Baijiu*
  • ½ oz cinnamon and anise simple syrup *
  • Roasted coconut juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick *
  1. In a small glass combine Baijiu and simple syrup. Stir to combine.
  2. Add ice to rim of glass.
  3. Top with roasted coconut juice and stir together to cool.
  4. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

*We’re reviewing the whole kit separately! This is a really interesting package of ingredients and a compelling way to learn about and experiment with baijiu. This post will be updated with a link to that full review soon.


Another cocktail innovation from the Lost Plate baijiu cocktail kit*, with a very descriptive name: ‘Coconut Cinnamon Spice Ooooo That’s Nice.’ Our favorite tasting note was discovering a bit of longan here! This is a really on the other side of sweet: the cinnamon and anise go terrifically with the coconut juice, but it’s a candy punch.

This cocktail is also super-easy to put together – it’s just a few poured ingredients – but sure feels exotic and high-effort.

“Disarmingly sweet, but an interesting floral note at the end. A little hardwood, a bit woody. Like a really complicated dark southerns sweet team, almost?”

“This has the same sweet-but-kind-of-rotten tang that you get with longan, aka dragon eye fruit.”

Our take: super sweet, a real treat. But what to pair with this? We were stumped. Let us know if you have ideas!

INGREDIENTS

Items marked with a * are included in the Baijiu Cocktail Recipe Box.

  • 1.5 oz Ming River Baijiu*
  • ½ oz cinnamon and anise simple syrup *
  • Roasted coconut juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick *
  1. In a small glass combine Baijiu and simple syrup. Stir to combine.
  2. Add ice to rim of glass.
  3. Top with roasted coconut juice and stir together to cool.
  4. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

*We’re reviewing the whole kit separately! This is a really interesting package of ingredients and a compelling way to learn about and experiment with baijiu. This post will be updated with a link to that full review soon.


Another cocktail innovation from the Lost Plate baijiu cocktail kit*, with a very descriptive name: ‘Coconut Cinnamon Spice Ooooo That’s Nice.’ Our favorite tasting note was discovering a bit of longan here! This is a really on the other side of sweet: the cinnamon and anise go terrifically with the coconut juice, but it’s a candy punch.

This cocktail is also super-easy to put together – it’s just a few poured ingredients – but sure feels exotic and high-effort.

“Disarmingly sweet, but an interesting floral note at the end. A little hardwood, a bit woody. Like a really complicated dark southerns sweet team, almost?”

“This has the same sweet-but-kind-of-rotten tang that you get with longan, aka dragon eye fruit.”

Our take: super sweet, a real treat. But what to pair with this? We were stumped. Let us know if you have ideas!

INGREDIENTS

Items marked with a * are included in the Baijiu Cocktail Recipe Box.

  • 1.5 oz Ming River Baijiu*
  • ½ oz cinnamon and anise simple syrup *
  • Roasted coconut juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick *
  1. In a small glass combine Baijiu and simple syrup. Stir to combine.
  2. Add ice to rim of glass.
  3. Top with roasted coconut juice and stir together to cool.
  4. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

*We’re reviewing the whole kit separately! This is a really interesting package of ingredients and a compelling way to learn about and experiment with baijiu. This post will be updated with a link to that full review soon.


Another cocktail innovation from the Lost Plate baijiu cocktail kit*, with a very descriptive name: ‘Coconut Cinnamon Spice Ooooo That’s Nice.’ Our favorite tasting note was discovering a bit of longan here! This is a really on the other side of sweet: the cinnamon and anise go terrifically with the coconut juice, but it’s a candy punch.

This cocktail is also super-easy to put together – it’s just a few poured ingredients – but sure feels exotic and high-effort.

“Disarmingly sweet, but an interesting floral note at the end. A little hardwood, a bit woody. Like a really complicated dark southerns sweet team, almost?”

“This has the same sweet-but-kind-of-rotten tang that you get with longan, aka dragon eye fruit.”

Our take: super sweet, a real treat. But what to pair with this? We were stumped. Let us know if you have ideas!

INGREDIENTS

Items marked with a * are included in the Baijiu Cocktail Recipe Box.

  • 1.5 oz Ming River Baijiu*
  • ½ oz cinnamon and anise simple syrup *
  • Roasted coconut juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick *
  1. In a small glass combine Baijiu and simple syrup. Stir to combine.
  2. Add ice to rim of glass.
  3. Top with roasted coconut juice and stir together to cool.
  4. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

*We’re reviewing the whole kit separately! This is a really interesting package of ingredients and a compelling way to learn about and experiment with baijiu. This post will be updated with a link to that full review soon.


Another cocktail innovation from the Lost Plate baijiu cocktail kit*, with a very descriptive name: ‘Coconut Cinnamon Spice Ooooo That’s Nice.’ Our favorite tasting note was discovering a bit of longan here! This is a really on the other side of sweet: the cinnamon and anise go terrifically with the coconut juice, but it’s a candy punch.

This cocktail is also super-easy to put together – it’s just a few poured ingredients – but sure feels exotic and high-effort.

“Disarmingly sweet, but an interesting floral note at the end. A little hardwood, a bit woody. Like a really complicated dark southerns sweet team, almost?”

“This has the same sweet-but-kind-of-rotten tang that you get with longan, aka dragon eye fruit.”

Our take: super sweet, a real treat. But what to pair with this? We were stumped. Let us know if you have ideas!

INGREDIENTS

Items marked with a * are included in the Baijiu Cocktail Recipe Box.

  • 1.5 oz Ming River Baijiu*
  • ½ oz cinnamon and anise simple syrup *
  • Roasted coconut juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick *
  1. In a small glass combine Baijiu and simple syrup. Stir to combine.
  2. Add ice to rim of glass.
  3. Top with roasted coconut juice and stir together to cool.
  4. Garnish with cinnamon stick.

*We’re reviewing the whole kit separately! This is a really interesting package of ingredients and a compelling way to learn about and experiment with baijiu. This post will be updated with a link to that full review soon.


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