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Canadian Campfire

Flavors of fruit, citrus and warmth will heat you up from the inside out

If you’re ready to put your cocktail skills to the test, try our Canadian Campfire! This busy cocktail takes at least 24 hours to prepare if you are planning to enjoy the fruits of your labor with a flame on top. Flavors of fruit, citrus and warmth will heat you up from the inside out!

 

Ingredients
High Proof Booze soaked Orange Peels
1-2 oz Acquisition Canadian Whisky
1 oz Headframe Habanero Simple Syrup
Fresh Strawberries
1 Fresh Orange
1 Fresh Lime
1 oz Orange Juice
½ oz Nellie and Joe’s Key West Lime Juice or other Key Lime juice
Club Soda

 

Procedure 
Peel the rind off 1 Orange with a vegetable peeler into approx. 2 inch pieces
Place Orange Peels in a wide mouth Mason Jar
Cover with high proof alcohol, such as Everclear
Let soak for a couple days, minimum of 24 hours
Prep Limes and Oranges by cutting them into wedges
In shaker, muddle 3 fresh Strawberries with stem removed
Add Acquisition, Habanero Simple Syrup, Orange Juice, squeeze of Lime and Orange wedge, Lime Juice and some ice
Shake well to incorporate ingredients
Pour into rocks glass filled with ice
Add a splash of Club Soda (up to an ounce)
Place a soaked Orange Peel on top of drink and light on fire

 

Special Tools 
Mason Jar with lid
Shaker
Muddler
Lighter

 

Variations
Use Cherries or other berry in place of the Strawberry

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