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Joe Soap The Eyeball Twister
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Ever heard of a Sazerac?
What if I told you it is New Orleans Official Cocktail. How cool is that? How about Sazerac recipe from Joe Soap The Eyeball Twister. Don't forget to grab your muddler.

Lowball glass (or old fashioned glass)
Put the glass in the freezer for 10-15 minutes

1-2 ice cubes
1/4 teaspoon of anise liqueur
1 teaspoon of water
1 teaspoon of sugar or 1 sugar cube
2-3 dashes Peychaud bitters
2 ounces of rye whiskey
1 lemon twist

Pull the glass out of the freezer.
Clean your hands!
Take 1-2 cubes of ice and while holding the ice in your hands, crush the ice with your cocktail muddler. Add the crushed ice to the glass. Slowly take the 1/4 teaspoon of anise liqueur and drizzle it on the side of the glass. Don't worry if you get some of the anise liqueur on the ice in the bottom of the glass.
Add water, sugar and Peychaud bitters. Stir with your muddler.
Pour in the rye. Muddle one more time.
Rub the twist of lemon inside the glass.
Add the twist of lemon to the drink
Enjoy your Joe Soap The Eyeball Twister Sazerac.

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Our flat head muddler gets rave reviews but you might also want to check out our gridded head cocktail muddler. Easy to muddle citrus fruits and preferred by some who would rather not put as much work into muddling fruits, spices, and herbs.

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Website is up and running. Currently offering a flat head cocktail muddler and separately a gridded head cocktail muddler. $6.49 each plus shipping today September 20, 2014.

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Just added a new Facebook Page for Joe Soap The Eyeball Twister

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Flat Head Stainless Steel Cocktail Muddler for making a mojito. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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Our first product. Joe Soap The Eyeball Twister Flat Head Cocktail Muddler. Great for light bruising of your ingredients, including citrus fruits, herbs, and spices.

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