• Base Spirit Creme de Menthe
  • Preparation Shaken
  • Flavor Mint
  • Served Up

Invented at New Orleans’ iconic Tujague’s Restaurant at the end of the 19th century, the Grasshopper has been a minty, cooling staple of Southern drinking ever since. Although, the green (from the Creme de Menthe) drink was tarnished by a snobbish stigma on account of it’s popularity with younger drinkers, the drink is a treat. The simple flavors, rich cream, chocolate, and mint, pair perfectly.

Photo by TexasDex
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Print Recipe
  1. Combine ingredients in a shaker.
  2. Dry shake briefly to create frothy goodness.
  3. Add ice to shaker and wet shake just long enough to chill.
  4. Strain into a Coupe or Martini Glass.

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