Repeat after me… “Everything is better with Bacon!”
Serve this cocktail with Smoked Beef Ribs, and have a taste experience like no other. This citrus-y drink has a smokey finish, will leave you wanting more,
or breakfast, either way, there is bacon involved.
Okay so the husband and I visited my grandparents the other day. My grandfather knows everything there is to know about alcohol. I was telling him all about the blog and the adventures that I was having cooking things and makin’ my own bacon. In fact, I brought some bacon (we make some fresh every couple of weeks now) as a gift. Well doesn’t he have a drink that requires some bacon! I can’t even begin to describe this. I mean I am not a big whiskey person, but this was awesome.
Okay. So not a huge whiskey drinker. Loved this cocktail. Like breakfast with a bite. You have your citrus, and your bacon… have some Gentleman’s Iced Coffee after. Yeah.
Actually we served the cocktail with Smoked Beef Ribs, and had the coffee for dessert, but it was still excellent.
What did you think of the drink? Rate it and leave a comment!
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