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March 5, 2011

#64: Angel Wing 2 (floater)

1 oz White Creme de Cacao
1 oz Brandy
1/2 oz Milk or Light Cream
Float the ingredients with the first item on the bottom

First things first. I made this incorrectly at first, using Creme de Menthe instead of Creme de Cacao. Once I corrected that, things were much better. In fact, it was a completely different drink, and much better as a result. The main thing was that the ingredients separated properly, which tells me that the Creme de Menthe and the Creme de Cacao must have different densities.

One more time into the breech of incompetence:

I liked this a lot more than I thought I would, and I could have had more. But it would be hard to make this much larger and retain it as a floater. Of course, it was not minty in the correct form, but it was mellow and creamy with a strong chocolate tone. Heavenly.

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