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“We started as a bike place where people stopped in condom suits and clicked boots straight from the woods and drank beer on the way home,” says Anders Clausen, general manager and bar manager at Rolior in Oslo.
I passed the pub in St. Hansaugen has gone through several different stages since its inception seven to eight years ago. While the cycling guests were still retreating, other guests opened their eyes to the venue long ago. Rouleur focuses mostly on wine and beer from microbreweries, but also makes some cocktails.
A recent closing argument fog In the classic Last Word, which is basically a very good cocktail. Originally, the Last Word contains gin, marmalade, maraschino liqueur and lemon juice, but in this development, you can use mezcal in place of the gin, to get a little smoky on the drink.
Anders can tell you that carteroes is a French herbal alcoholic drink made according to a secret recipe.
– There are still monks making it and the factory is still closed, most people do not enter. I got it so they just put boxes of carterios outside, and then they get picked up, he says.
Many people think that Chartreuse and Mezcal may not be the same A match made in heaven, but it works surprisingly well. For me, this is the perfect cocktail to start the evening. It is very fresh and sour with a rather complex aftertaste that lasts a long time.
Carterius with fresh lemon juice gives a pleasant green color to the drink.
Pour all ingredients into an empty shaker without ice. Lemon juice is filtered to remove the pulp. Add a pinch of salt that balances out the bitterness in the gum and brings out the sweetness in the other ingredients.
Anders explains, dry the net without ice for ten seconds, so that the juice is evenly distributed and the salt dissolves.
Then fill it completely with ice and shake it for 10 to 12 seconds. Strain it over a glass and decorate it with a glue stick.
Recipe: Closing Argument
2 cl mezcal
2 centi liter
2 cl Maracino liqueur
2 ml lemon juice
a pinch of salt
twist glue for decoration