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Januar 17, 2021

You cannot teach a crab to walk straight
~ Aristophanes

This delectable Sunday Brunch combination of a Broken Clock champagne cocktail and crab claw is sure to straighten the head, if not one’s legs. 138952800_1051951111976867_4636833553797188267_n.jpg

INGREDIENTS:

15 ml Broken Clock Vodka
15 ml Lemon Juice
10 ml Honey Syrup
2 Cloves
Top with Rosé Brut Champagne

One Crab
Sea Salt

METHOD:

First we cook our crustacean chum. Boil a pan of water and 30 g of sea salt, toss in the crab and cook for 8-10 minutes. Fish it out and allow to cool.

For the cocktail, add the vodka, cloves, lemon and honey syrup (5 parts honey to 1 part warm water) to a Boston Tin.

Muddle the cloves briefly then add plenty of ice and shake vigorously for 10 seconds. Double strain into a chilled Champagne flute being sure to retain any rogue pieces of clove and top with the well chilled Champagne.