Imagine: Mississippi. In the middle of a dry spell. Maybe….Jimmy Rogers on the vitrola up high. Perhaps Mama’s dancing with a baby on her shoulder. The sun setting like molasses in the sky.
This drink can sing, knows how to move,everything. Always wanting more, it’ll leave you longing for….
…wait for it…
(Those of you that don’t get this reference make me a little sad.)
Last week’s Champagne Wednesday, the French Kisses, went over splendidly. It was like a flavor explosion in every glass. This week, we’re trying something a little daring. No idea if it’ll be good or not. But that’s why we experiment. To separate the drinks from the DRINKS. This week’s cocktail comes via The Cocktail Guide and it’s very simple, just two ingredients: stout and champagne.
I don’t know whose idea it was to combine beer and champagne but I imagine they are interesting people.
Update: my estimation of the cocktail was that it was a beautiful cocktail but mostly just tastes like sweet, extra bubbly stout. Your thoughts?
- Champagne : 3 oz
- Stout : 3 oz
- Fill a champagne flute half full with a high quality, cold stout. Fill the rest of the glass with champagne. Enjoy!