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Whiskey Fig Jam Cocktail

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We have a tradition with my girlfriends, every first Friday of the month, we meet at my place to catch up on life (and we gossip obviously!) I make a cheese and charcuterie platter. They always ask me for my delicious and so refreshing Whiskey Fig Jam Cocktail – It’s just a necessary pleasure and it’s so tasty and fresh. All of them love it. That’s why you should absolutely try this quick, easy and sweet cocktail recipe. I can’t wait to have another get-together with my girlfriends and serve this Whiskey Cocktail.

Preparation time: 5 min


Ingredients for 2 servings
1 1/2 oz rye whiskey
2 tbsp fig jam
1 tbsp freshly squeezed lime juice
1 tsp sugar
1 orange
1 small sprig of lemon balm or thyme
1 pinch cinnamon


Preparation
1. Fill a martini shaker with ice. Add all ingredients and shake vigorously for 10 seconds. Strain and divide between two glasses.
2. Garnish with the lemon balm or thyme and orange.
3. Serve immediately.

Cheers!


Anne SophieAnne-Sophie

Anne-Sophie was born and raised in Reims, the home of Champagne. After living in Spain, she decided to move to San Francisco. Passionate about photography and travels; Recently back from Peru, she fell in love with pisco sour and ceviche. Cooking is a hobby; Cheese and cider are certainly an addiction!

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