9 May 2020

Bartender’s corner: The making of a “Between the Sheets”

This is a spin off from a Sidecar. The rum is extra. Else, it has the usual brandy, lemon juice and triple sec. (Sidecar uses a similar orange liqueur – Cointreau). The proper garnish for a “Between the Sheets” is a flamed orange peel as done here. The drink originates from Paris in the 1930s.

Posted May 9, 2020 by Rajib Roy in category "Cocktails

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