Warren Bobrow: Red Velvet Lounge Chair

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// Warren Bobrow: Red Velvet Lounge Chair

by Warren Bobrow

The Red Velvet Lounge Chair is a little firecracker of a cocktail, and has all the excitement of a Tiki Bar concoction. It goes down easy, as easy as falling into a lounge chair after drinking a few too many of these.

Recipe

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4 oz. freshly squeezed blood orange juice
1 oz. Absolut vodka
2 oz. Campari
Splash of club soda
Fee Brothers West Indian Orange Bitters
Chunk of lime

Preparation

To a cocktail shaker, add ice and the liquors.  Add blood orange juice. Shake.

Strain into a chilled rocks glass filled with fresh ice and lime chunk.

Add exactly three shakes of Fee Brothers West Indian Orange Bitters.

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Warren Bobrow grew up on a certified organic and biodynamic farm in Morris Township, New Jersey in the U.S.  He is a food writer, cocktail whisperer and photo journalist. He writes about organic and biodynamic wines and food for the Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America, Ed.,2. He also writes for Saveur, NY Times, NJ Monthly, Edible Jersey, NJ Daily Record Newspaper, Chutzpah Magazine, NJ Life, Health and Beauty Magazine, NJ Savvy Living, Tuthilltown Spirits, Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (Root, Snap, Sailor Jerry Rum, Hendrick’s Gin). He is the host of My Path Builder-Food, a Google microsite for entrepreneurs who work with food/wine/spirits. He is the cocktail whisperer for Served Raw Magazine in San Francisco, and writes about cocktails for Drinking in America and Drink Gal.com. Warren has taught food journalism and social networking/branding at the New School and Institute for Culinary Education both in NYC. He attended both Johnson/Wales and the French Culinary Institute. He is a trained cook, fine oyster shucker and former dishwasher from years back up in York Harbor, Maine. He is a rum judge for the Ministry of Rum and participated in the August 2010 competition in San Francisco.
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2 Comments
  • julie
    March 3, 2011

    sounds delicious – could use one right about now!

  • Jordan
    March 9, 2011

    Can’t wait to try this one! Maybe in just a few hours even.

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