Yellow Parrot

Yellow Parrot cocktail

Type: Cocktail

If you don’t like aniseed, then this cocktail should be avoided! The aniseed from the absinthe is quite strong, but for those who are partial to this flavour, it should be a winner.  It’s summery in colour, sweet and complex in taste with a real kick to it; definitely a ‘marmite’ cocktail.

Print instructions

Ingredients

  • 25ml Apricot Brandy
  • 25ml Yellow Chartreuse
  • 25ml Absinthe
  • Ice

How to make

  1. Shake ingredients together with ice
  2. Strain into a cocktail glass

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