We’re going old school with our cocktail and specter in this episode, sipping over tales of a fairy dog that haunts the Scottish Highlands and a cocktail of the Prohibition era revived by the vigor of Seattleites with 3Howls navy strength gin.
What’s on the menu?
It was our first episode so we completely forgot to taste the liquor on it’s own…HOWEVER! We did end up recording a little video afterwards. Give it a watch for our reactions!
Chelsea’s Tasting Notes
- It has a martini olive flavor that’s not as strong of a tang,
- I think that ending flavor is the maraschino liqueur.
- It’s very enjoyable.
- I feel like macadamia nuts or a meaty nut like cashews would go great with this.
- Something salty, but isn’t flavored would pair very nicely.
Erick’s Tasting Notes
- Interesting. A lot of flavors I don’t recognize.
- I think the earthy taste is from the green chartreuse.
- Almost like an earthy lemonade. It’s very refreshing.
- I like this, I can enjoy this by the pool.
- There’s an earthy taste, then a refreshing taste and another flavor I can’t identify.
Chelsea went into detail on some fun information about the 3Howls distillery, the inspiration they draw from a Scottish fairy dog and navy strength gin.
Would You Rather
If you inherited an old house that came with a haunted item, would you rather have a haunted doll OR a haunted mirror?
Erick shared some background lore on the cu-sith; a Scottish fairy dog said to wander the highlands. He then accompanied this with two tales about phantom dogs.
It was a little bit of a bumpy start as we adjust to being behind the mics, but we sincerely hope you still had fun with us!
Close Your Tab
Thank you so much for joining us around the bar. We hope you’ll stay tuned for even more spooky sips very soon.
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