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The La Louisiane Recipe

By Ashley Beck | February 15, 2013

photo by: Kenn Wilson

Cocktail making is much more like baking than cooking, measurements must be precise, and things must be done in the correct order and manner to receive the best results each time.

 

In the spirit of Mardi Gras, and since nobody wants a good party to end, I thought I’d choose a cocktail that originates in New Orleans, and happens to be one of my favorite winter libations. I discovered it my senior year at NYU when I took Beverages 101, where tasting wine and cocktails at 9:30 in the morning was a requirement. We had a guest bartender come in and teach us the proper techniques in creating a cocktail. Then he showed us the La Louisiane, a long lost New Orleans treasure that’s sophisticated flavors gave me a whole new appreciation for cocktail making. Read More

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