Fall: The Season For Flips (Yes, Those Delicious Frothy Cocktails)

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If you ask us, fall screams flips. (If you don’t know, a flip is a class of mixed drink using eggs as a key ingredient to create a frothy effect.) While we love a traditional flip, we put together a recipe for vegan cocktail drinkers who want to get their flip on, but need to forego the egg.

Pro tip: Aquafaba (a liquid made from chickpeas) is a great substitute for eggs in a flip, as well as many cooking recipes. But okay, we’ll cut straight to the chase:

Sweet Potato Flip

Ingredients:
1.5oz Goslings Black Seal Rum
2 bar spoons sweet potato puree
1oz Aquafaba
1/2oz Trees Knees Mountain Maple Syrup

 

Method: 
Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. 
Dry shake (meaning without ice) vigorously for 30 seconds.
Add ice to shaker and cold shake.

Double strain into cocktail glass. (This is where you’ll see the froth!)

Garnish with nutmeg.

Enjoy!

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