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Fala galera! Boa noite!
Bora preparar um drink fácil, simples, prático e minimalista.
O Black Russian é incomparável! O coquetel deve o seu nome ao uso da vodka, um destilado tipicamente russo e polaco, cuja cor escura se deve ao licor de café. Mas não acredite em tudo que você lê.
No final da década de 40 do século passado, Perle Mesta, a embaixatriz americana de Luxemburgo, estava no bar do Hotel Metrópole, em Bruxelas. O bartender do estabelecimento, Gustave Tops, decidiu fazer uma bebida exclusiva para ela, o Black Russian. A Guerra Fria estava apenas começando, então, criar uma bebida escura e misteriosa, misturando vodka com licor de café era apropriado para a época.
Agora que você já conhece parte da história, separe os ingredientes e incorpore a embaxatriz, que tal, hein?
70 ml de vodka
30 ml de licor de café
N.b. De acordo com o IBA (Internacional Bartenders Association) a proporção é de 5 partes de vodca para 2 partes de licor de café. 😉😉
All milks are good.
Orange cream, chocolate, vanilla, banana cream, regular, and rootbeer flavors.
Except 2% fat, that stuff’s like milk flavored water.
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Hey Reddit friends, I am not a wine drinker (i’ve bought maybe 6 bottles in the last 3 years from esteemed places like Kroger and Aldi) but lately I’ve been reading through Leo Tolstoy’s “Ann Karenina” and on occasion Tolstoy mentioned a few particular types of wines. I love this book and because of that I want to host a very small wine tasting with a few close friends based on the wine mentioned so I can taste what Tolstoy is talking about. So far I’m thinking 3 bottles for 4 of us. The friends who would be invited are wine fanatics and frequently poke fun of my lack of interest and knowledge in wine. I am not wealthy and not a wine person…and I want this to be a random surprise tasting that these friends will forever have to be grateful for. I have a side business that I bust my ass off and on a good month can clear $1k. Generally this goes straight to paying off my house but I’d like to put a month towards this tasting. Here is what I’m hoping to have:
1.) Champagne. Mentioned in the book as the preferred glass before oysters by Levin. I have decided and have purchased already a bottle of dom pérignon 2008. I’m sure there are better bottles for the price but I have significant bias towards all alcohol influenced by the Christian monks and this is a bucket list item for me.
2.) Chablis. When ordering oysters chablis is prefered by Stephen over the Cote de Nuits. Never had a chablis or nuits wine in my life. If y'all had a dream chablis what would you buy?
3.) Chateau Lafite. This chateau is mentioned by Levin’s brother as Levin is going to mow hay with the peasants. This is also where my budget hits a road block that surprised me. I thought 1k for 3 bottles of wine was an insane budget. I don’t know anything about wine but it seems like stuff from this region is stupid expensive. I had heard of Rothschild before but never paid much attention. I’m not opposed to spending $500-800 on a Rothschild bottle for a one time legendary wine session but is there a bottle worth me scrubbing toilets and cleaning rooms every day for a month or two? This bottle will be had by people who really, really care about wine and I’ll have the smallest pours so don’t worry about throwing pearls to a pig. Thank you for your time and for your guidance!
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