Sugar Free Bohemian Cocktail

The Sugar Free Bohemian Cocktail * was adapted from the regular old Bohemian Recipe, with the obvious MDR Lab twists.  Cocktail Virgin claims that the original recipe was created by Misty Kalkofen over at the Green Street Grill in 2008.  However, you can also find the recipe reported at St. Germain’s website.

Between the two references, there are a couple different gin options.  MDR Labs try to recreate cocktails as close to the original, so we went with Beefeater.  Feel free to experiment, though (responsibly of course), as you never know what might work better for your palette.

The Sugar Free Metropole

The Sugar Free Metropole is a refreshing cocktail that captures a lot of the wonderful herby nuances from within the Dry Vermouth.  The bitters, which sometimes can be lost in complex cocktails, do add just that slightest bit of extra flavor.

We found the inspiration for the Sugar Free Metropole over at the Looka website (ran by Chuck Taggart).  He’s also got a little information on that page regarding the history of the Metropole, but I’ll summarize here as well!

Sugar Free Black Rose

The Sugar Free Black Rose is a strong drink!  It is highly recommended if you like the taste of bourbon whiskey.  It is pretty minimal in preparation, with only the bourbon and some dashes of Peychaud’s Bitters and Grenadine, so I think picking the correct bourbon is crucial here.

We went with the Bulliet, since that is what we had in-house, but we’d be very interested to see how it comes out with other bourbon variations.  We found ours to be a little on the bitters side, but maybe with a different bourbon, it might turn out different.

Sugar Free Sazerac

The Sugar Free Sazerac is what drinking in America should taste like!  Sweet, flavorful, yet bold, and delicious, with all the reagents native to our home country!  This drink is considered the official drink of New Orleans!

In fact, this drink was actually created in NOLA in the Roosevelt Hotel.  The name of their bar?  The Sazerac!  The hotel itself has a rich history and fascinating one at that!