How to Make 15 Romolo's Chartreuse & Rosemary-Honey Drink

15 Romolo's Ian Adams shares his favorite Fall cocktail: The Emerald Tablet. Warming, herbaceous Chartreuse, frothy egg whites, and rosemary honey are an interesting take on something to sip this Fall

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How to Make 15 Romolo's Chartreuse & Rosemary-Honey Drink Recipe
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Gather your supplies

Gather your supplies

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First add 1 oz. Osmanthus-infused Fino Sherry (add 2 Tbspdried osmanthus flowers to 500ml Fino Sherry. Stir and let sit 1 hour. Strain, bottle, seal and refrigerate)

First add 1 oz. Osmanthus-infused Fino Sherry (add 2 Tbspdried osmanthus flowers to 500ml Fino Sherry. Stir and let sit 1 hour. Strain, bottle, seal and refrigerate)

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Next use .25oz rosemary honey (2 cups honey, 1 cup water. Heat with 2 rosemary sprigs until it simmers. Immediately take off heat, strain, chill)

Next use .25oz rosemary honey (2 cups honey, 1 cup water. Heat with 2 rosemary sprigs until it simmers. Immediately take off heat, strain, chill)

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Add .5 oz. Yellow Chartreuse

Add .5 oz. Yellow Chartreuse

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And 1.5oz Broker's Gin and egg whites

And 1.5oz Broker's Gin and egg whites

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Shake without ice to emulsify egg whites. Then add 1 cup ice and shake again to chill and dilute. Double strain into a chilled coupe glass.

Shake without ice to emulsify egg whites. Then add 1 cup ice and shake again to chill and dilute. Double strain into a chilled coupe glass.

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Garnish with a pinch of fennel pollen to add a hint of savory flavor.

Garnish with a pinch of fennel pollen to add a hint of savory flavor.

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Made from a variety of herbs, Chartreuse is a refreshing spirit that brings heat. Osmanthus flowers give it a touch of peachy umami. It's brightened up with lemon & made frothy with egg whites. Enjoy!

Made from a variety of herbs, Chartreuse is a refreshing spirit that brings heat. Osmanthus flowers give it a touch of peachy umami. It's brightened up with lemon & made frothy with egg whites. Enjoy!

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