History For Ojen Cocktail
Ojen was first made in southern Spain in the mid-1800s. New Orleans, a city with a penchant for licorice-flavored drinks, became the brand’s most ardent supporter.
Ojen became popular as an absinthe substitute in the mid-twentieth century, and it had a special cache during Carnival season.
The Ojen drink was popular among New Orleans’ upper crust; in the late 1940s, Brennan’s, a legendary French Quarter restaurant, included an Ojen Frappe on their brunch menu.
Ingredients For Ojen Cocktail
- 2 oz ojen anise liqueur
- 1 dash Peychaud bitters
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1/2 oz water
Instruction For Ojen Cocktail
- In a cocktail shaker half-filled with ice cubes, combine the Ojen, Peychaud bitters, sugar, and water.
- Shake well before straining into a cocktail glass and serving.
Nutrition Info For Ojen Cocktail
|Total Fat||0g||Total Carbs||14.88g|