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How to Fat Wash a Spirit - Raising the Bar with Jamie Boudreau - Small Screen

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Uploaded on Mar 17, 2011

Fat washing is the process of infusing the flavor of a certain fat with a spirit. By melting the fat, mixing it with the chosen spirit, freezing the mixture, skimming the fat and filtering out the rest of the particulates, you are left with a clear wonderfully delicious spirit with all the flavor, and none of the greasiness of the fat, left within. In this episode, Jamie creates a bacon fat washed bourbon and uses it in the Chocolate Cochon cocktail.

For the full recipe and instructions, watch this video on Small Screen: http://www.smallscreennetwork.com/vid...

Recipe:
bacon fat from 5 or 6 strips of bacon
1 cup bourbon

Instructions:
Pour melted fat into a heat proof glass jar.
Mix Bourbon into fat.
Seal tightly and let chill until fat is completely solid.
Remove solid fat and strain remaining liquid through a coffee filter into suitable container.

CHOCOLATE COCHON COCKTAIL
1 1/2 oz Bacon Infused Bourbon
1/4 oz chocolate liqueur
1/4 oz kirsch
1/4 Ramazzotti Amaro
dash Angostura Bitters

Instructions:
Stir with ice.
Strain into a chilled rocks glass over large ice.
Garnish with flamed orange peel.

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