Bonaparte cocktail

Difford's Guide
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Serve in a

Collins glass

Garnish:

Orange slice

How to make:

POUR chilled soda water into ice-filled glass. Add freshly brewed hot espresso coffee so it layers on the sparkling water. Lastly pour the Mandarin Napoléon liqueur (the tasty part of the Bonaparte) which will sink through the coffee layer, pulling the drink together while leaving the coffee's crema on the surface.

3 fl oz Thomas Henry Soda Water
1 fl oz Espresso coffee (freshly made & hot)
1 1/2 fl oz Mandarine Napoleon liqueur
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Review:

Zesty mandarin orange and espresso coffee served as a tall refreshing cocktail.

History:

Created 20th February 2014 by Simon Difford at the Cabinet Room, London, England.

Nutrition:

One serving of Bonaparte cocktail contains 143 calories.

Alcohol content:

  • 1.1 standard drinks
  • 9.55% alc./vol. (19.1° proof)
  • 15.8 grams of pure alcohol
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* This list may not include all required ingredients.
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