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kjbeggs

After seeing dozens of Pumpkin spice products at the grocery store yesterday, I got a little inspired:

2-2.5 OZ Bourbon or Rye (I used Michter's toasted barrel)

0.5 OZ JD Tennessee Fire

0.5 OZ Monin Pumpkin Spice syrup

2-3 dashes Fee Bros. Black Walnut bitters

Stir over ice, strain into old fashioned glass

Garnish- Chunk of Orange with whole cloves inserted

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Gillman

Sounds great, but what did you think?

Gary

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kjbeggs
Sounds great, but what did you think?

Gary

I quite enjoyed it, but I'm a pumpkin fan.

i want to experiment with ratios, and base liquor (higher vs lower proof, Rye vs Bourbon, wheater vs high Rye, etc.)

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GrPeMi

Might have to experiment with something like this over the weekend.

Think I'll skip the Tennessee fire and make my own cinnamon infusion, though.

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GrPeMi

So I took a first swing at my own version, using this as my spice syrup:

http://www.onesweetmess.com/2013/09/09/homemade-pumpkin-spice-syrup/

2 oz. Baby Saz

1/2 oz. spice syrup

4 dashes Bitter Housewife Cardamom Bitters

Stir over ice and strain.

Taste was really good,but I think I let the syrup get too hot & boil, and it got this weirdly gummy texture.

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