Fog Cutter

fog cutter

The Fog Cutter is a classic Tiki cocktail that originated in California in the 1930s. The drink’s name alludes to its ability to cure a hangover or “cut through the fog” after a long night of drinking. The Fog Cutter has a fruity and tropical flavor profile with a boozy kick, making it a favorite among Tiki cocktail enthusiasts.

Fog Cutter

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Recipe by Julian Solorzano Cuisine: Classic CocktailDifficulty: Easy 🔨




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  • 2 Ounces Banks 7 Golden Age Blend rum

  • .50 Ounces Plymouth gin

  • .75 Ounces Camus Ile de Re Fine Island Cognac

  • 1 Ounce Orgeat

  • 1 Ounce Fresh orange juice

  • .50 Ounces Lemon juice

  • 2 Dashes of Pegu mix orange bitters

  • .25 Ounce Lustau Pedro Ximenez Sherry

  • Orange zest coin

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    Freshly grated nutmeg


  • Shake all of the ingredients (except the sherry, orange zest coin, and nutmeg) well with ice and pour into a double old fashioned glass over ice cubes.
  • Float the sherry on top of the drink and express the orange zest coin over the top and discard; dust with nutmeg.

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Written by Julian Solorzano

Hailing from Queens, New York, Julian Solorzano served four years in the United States Air Force, traveling throughout Europe and experiencing the best of the local cultures, including their passion for good food and wine. He has since grown an appreciation for all things wine and mixology. Julian fuses that passion with his skills in writing, photography, and video production to share his passion with the world.

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