The Strange Attractor Cocktail
The Cocktail of Scientists & Engineers Worldwide!
This cocktail when served on ice provides for a golden hue like no other. It dances across the spectrum with gold, honey and amber tones as the room’s lights graze across your crystal low-ball glass. A combination of flavors that is akin to what happens when just the perfect and unique combination of element s fuse in a highly unexpected and non-linear fashion. States of oral and cognitive stimulus which like its name sake the “Strange Attractor” can only be revealed through long-nights of exploration into of the domains of complex flavor systems. Scotch, Kentucky Bourbon and bit of divinity in Bénédictine from a French Monastery provide for a multi-continental asynchronous periodic snap of tastes. Interestingly the geographic source of the ingredients provides for an equally strange juxtaposition of cultures which typically mirrors the groups at scientific and engineering conferences worldwide enjoying this elixir at the hotel bar after a day’s proceedings is over and an evening of bonding begins. Swirl this cocktail with your tongue, allow the seltzer to pop and exposed your taste buds to the complexity. Smooth and fresh with leading notes of citrus quickly followed with spicy anise, on a robust and reassuring flavor base of smoke, vanilla, spices and malt.
Directions (8 oz):
- Mix Scotch, Bourbon, Bénédictine and bitters in small shaker full of ice. Shake.
- Prepare four (4) low-ball glasses full with large rock ice and orange wedge.
- Pour glasses 1/3 up with shaker blend.
- Top glasses off with seltzer or club soda. Stir gently.
Patents Pending for this unique Cocktail in: Eritrea, South Sudan, Somalia, Afghanistan, East Timor, Maldives, Myanmar, Marshall Islands, Micronesia and Palau. ©2018 WW
Mix-master/engineer & scientist/inventor: Fred Thomas – Skysail Lounge, Fort Collins, Colorado USA