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Corpse Reviver #2
  • Prep Time 2 min
  • Total Time 2 min
  • Servings 1
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Corpse Reviver #2

Cure that hangover with this little cocktail number.

Ingredients

1
oz. gin
1
oz. Grand Marnier™
1
oz. Lillet™ Blanc
1
oz. lemon juice
1
dash absinthe
1
strip orange peel, for garnish

Directions

  • 1 Add gin, Grand Marnier™, Lillet™ Blanc, lemon juice, and absinthe to a cocktail shaker with ice.
  • 2 Shake and strain into cocktail glass.
  • 3 Garnish with orange peel.
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Cure that hangover with this little cocktail number.

As prepared by Buns in my Oven,

I don’t know what your weekend looked like, but mine involved just a bit too much to drink. Because Friyay. It requires a good cocktail, am I right?

Since it’s October and since I was a little hungover, I thought I’d share a little recipe that will get you in tip-top shape in no time.

It’s called a Corpse Reviver #2—and it’s one of a few cocktails that will raise the dead. And by dead, I mean seriously hungover. Perfect for Halloween, no?

Let’s do this.

 

corpse reviver lemon juice

First up, juice yourself a lemon. You’ll just need one ounce of juice for your drink.

 

corpse reviver shake

Next, add the lemon juice, along with some Lillet™ Blanc, gin, Grand Marnier™, and a dash of absinthe to a cocktail shaker full of ice. If you don’t have a shaker, add it to a glass of ice and place a second glass on top. Works like a charm.

 

corpse reviver

Shake ‘er up and strain it into an awaiting cocktail glass. Garnish with a swirly little orange peel.

Next time you’ve enjoyed yourself a bit too much, give one of these a try and report back! 

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