Orange Brûlée Cocktail
Liqueur Cocktails

Orange Brûlée Cocktail Recipe

Orange Brûlée Cocktail Recipe

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Orange Brûlée Cocktail is a sweet, well-balanced cocktail to enjoy as a dessert drink. Packed with wonderful flavours the Orange Brûlée Cocktail maybe sounds boozy but, believe me, is so pleasant to drink.
With a fantastic orange flavour from the Grand Marnier Liqueur in mixture with the almond and warm feeling from the Cognac. It may be only spirit and liqueur based but, it is soft on the palate and tick every point for a winning dessert cocktail.
Finally, with a velvet finish from the double cream and fresh aroma of the nutmeg, you have the ultimate festive or Christmas serving.

Ingredients
 
 

  • 45 ml Grand Marnier Liqueur
  • 45 ml Amaretto Disaronno Liqueur
  • 25 ml Remy Martin 1738 Cognac
  • 15 ml Double Cream

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Equipment

  • Mixing Glass
  • Bar Spoon
  • Strainer
  • Jigger
  • Martini Glass

How to Make 

  • Stir all ingredients with ice
  • Strain into your glass
  • Float the cream on top
  • Dust freshly grated nutmeg
Prep Time6 mins
Servings1 cocktail
StyleDessert Cocktail
FlavourCitrusy / Sweet
STRENGHT strong
CALORIES aprox. 347kcal

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