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The Anvil

Here is a cocktail inspired by Jim ‘The Anvil” Neidhart who was one half of one the greatest Tag Teams in the history of  Professional Wrestling, The Hart Foundation, which consisted of Jim ‘The Anvil” Neidhart who was the muscle and Brett “The Hitman” Hart, who provided the finesse. The Anvil honed his talent while wrestling for the Stampede Wrestling Promotion based in Calgary Alberta Canada.

He now lives in Calgary cheering for his daughter Natalya,who has become a World Champion in her own right performing for the SmackDown brand for World Wrestling Entertainment.

This is a cocktail which represents truly represents Alberta.

The Anvil

2 1/2 oz Alberta Premium 100% Rye Whisky
1/2 tsp Raspberry-Beet(down) Jelly
2 dashes Fees Whiskey Barrel Aged Bitters
Ice
Coil of Kiwi Peel (Sub Lemon Peel)

Add the first three ingredients to a rocks glass over the ice cubes
Stir until the Raspberry-Beet Jelly is fully dissolved
Add Ice
Garnish with a Kiwi or Lemon Peel peel

Please Enjoy Responsibly!

If  you are interested in more of my original cocktail recipes, please click this link (Cocktails and Recipes) for more of my mixed drink recipes!

Note: This recipe was with the help of Dr. Frank Warsh, author of The Flame Broiled Doctor, ().

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