Serve in aGoblet glass
A grape, orange and pineapple slice
How to make:
MUDDLE grapes and pineapple in base of shaker and fine strain (without shaking) into glass filled with crushed ice. POUR other ingredients into glass and cobble (churn/stir) with barspoon to thoroughly mix.
|3 fresh||Green grapes (seedless)|
|2 wedge||Pineapple (fresh) (cored, skinned and chopped)|
|3 fl oz||Riesling wine|
|1/2 fl oz||Orange juice (freshly squeezed)|
|1/2 fl oz||Sugar syrup 'rich' (2 sugar to 1 water, 65.0°brix)|
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Light, fruity and very refreshing. A fruity alternative to a spritz.
Adapted from a recipe in Harry Johnson's 1882 New And Improved Bartender's Manual.
69. RHINE WINE COBBLER.Harry Johnson, 1882
(Use a large bar glass.)
1½ table-spoon of sugar;
One-half wine glass of water, dissolved well with a spoon;
1½ wine glass of Rhine wine;
fill the glass up with shaved ice; stir up well with a spoon; ornament with grapes, orange, pineapple, strawberries, in season; serve with a straw.
- 0.6 standard drinks
- 6.96% alc./vol. (13.92° proof)
- 8.3 grams of pure alcohol
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