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Canadian Hug, or Mama’s Maple Mounty Mix

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Start with a few ice cubes
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Add real maple syrup
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Just a finger or two should do it
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Add maple whisky
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Equal parts whisky to syrup, though a bit extra won't hurt
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Add a dash of bitters
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Two to three drops is plenty
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Add a cherry for garnish
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Muddled is best, but whole is fine
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Stir
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Enjoy!
Check out my other content @zepfhyr on Jumprope.

A few weeks ago, I created another Jumprope explaining how to make a new cocktail. But, I only just found the time to sit down and actually post it here. So, if you are looking for a way to keep yourself warm during this frigid week we’re having in the Midwest, give this a try.

As always, follow me on Jumprope to see my other tutorials or go make your own!

Dirty Chocolate Nog: a holiday coffee drink recipe

Dirty Chocolate Nog by zepfhyr on Jumprope.

It has been around 2 years since I first downloaded Jumprope, an app for iOS and Android that allows you to quickly and easily create how-to videos and share them with the world. After several discarded drafts, I finally found a setup I liked enough to complete one. I created this recipe on a whim the other day when experimenting with a cup of coffee. I liked how it turned out, so I decided this would be my inaugural post.

If you like the way this turned out, follow me on Jumprope to see more (hopefully, as soon as I can come up with some other ideas). Or make your own and get to sharing!

Fountain City Sazerac

Fountain City Sazerac

Studio Neat released Highball, their latest iPhone app, today. It’s a cocktail app with an emphasis on sharing. As a result, recipes are designed around beautiful cards: visual recipes that are easy to parse and can be imported into the Highball app to save the recipe and even edit it to fit your own tastes.

To get a feel for the app, I went ahead and made my own Sazerac recipe, with a Kansas City twist. And yes, I know that KC is technically the City of Fountains. However, this recipe name rolls off the tongue much better.

Be sure to check out Highball – free on the App Store.