creme brulee cocktail

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    matuko amini, Jocelyn | McAuliflower, and 35 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Godi 101 months ago | reply

      Oh, that looks interesting. What is in there?

      I like the picture, these shades of white and the drops of caramel

    2. matuko amini 101 months ago | reply

      wow...look at that, what a great image!!

    3. Lara Ferroni 101 months ago | reply

      Thanks! It's a combination of cream, vanilla bean, vanilla vodka, frangelico and some caster's sugar. I wanted to somehow make a brulee topping on the drink itself, but didn't have any luck. So, I decided I'd just do the rim of the glass instead.

    4. Jocelyn | McAuliflower 101 months ago | reply

      superlative, Lariffic!

      I love the permutation of the sugar to the rim... brilliant.

      ps- that sweep has got me all worked up- thanks for your tutorial on your site.

    5. GarnishBar 101 months ago | reply

      Great shot! You should think about adding it to Mixed Drinks & Cocktails Group

    6. LaurenOlivier 101 months ago | reply

      This is a masterpiece. I would really love to see this in the "simple elegance" group:

    7. talzugaray 90 months ago | reply

      I am the Admin for a group called Cheers!!!!

      Your photo is perfect for our pool, and I hope that you will add it.

      Cheers! On Egin!

    8. Elizabeth L. 88 months ago | reply

      The drops of brulee on the outside is truly inspired.

    9. Thorsten (TK) 88 months ago | reply

      Love this shot. It has the instant salivating effect for me. An inspring shot.

      Hope you will post it to Food Photography Club.

    10. Thorsten (TK) 88 months ago | reply

      Thank you for posting this photo to the CLUB. As already said, I love it. Although you are using an extreme bright color setting, you don't loose the contrast in this shot. The hint of grey in the back is fantastic. But for me the surface of this beverage is the most outstanding detail of this shot, especially the smooth silkyness. The caramel beads are fantastic styling and make the glass very artsy. PERFECT.

      For Food Photography Club

    11. Lynnylu 88 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! The contrast of the vanilla beans and the beads down the side of the cup is very effective.

    12. ~priyak~ 88 months ago | reply

      Fantastic, the brulee drops on the sides is a terrific idea, very creative.

    13. mwhammer 88 months ago | reply

      i love the forms in this image--the strong shape of the vanilla, and your choice of glass--especially since the color tones are so soft and neutral. also, the accents of the carmelized sugar add a festive ornamental quality to the overall effect. nicely done!

    14. mhaithaca 87 months ago | reply

      Looks decadent!

    15. blablablablablablalblablbabla [deleted] 72 months ago | reply

      great shot!

    16. foodnetworkcanada 69 months ago | reply

      I'm an admin from the (Food Network Canada) team and I'd love it if you could add any food related photos you'd like to share to our pool so that I could feature it in an upcoming "best of Flickr" blog post in the future!

    17. krupatel1 68 months ago | reply

      Oooo wow that look amazing - bet it tastes even better.... Not sure ive seen it on any menus in bars :( However, just to say thanks for the idea there is this giveaway that I think that you should have - it entitles you to a free complimentary cocktail voucher for you and a friend, simply go to this website to receive it ...Valid only in selected London Bars which are listed on the TimeOut website

    18. dtmchugh46 54 months ago | reply

      love the picture but can anyone share the recipe?

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