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Buddha's Hand

Buddha’s Hand Citron

Citron Vodka

The ancient relative of the modern lemon, Buddha’s Hand Citron has a lower acidity that allows complex flavors and aromas to come through.

Tasting Notes
Jasmine
Basil
Apricot

NOT JUST a FUNNY
looking LEMON

Buddha’s hand citron isn’t just a funny looking lemon; it’s the ancient relative of the modern lemon. Like all great lineages, its flavors and aromas run so much deeper – notes of jasmine, basil and apricot all mingle. Its acid bite is milder than a standard lemon, allowing these secondary flavors to take center stage, and dance a ballet on your palate. The purified lemon extracts in other vodkas give you a single note. Our Buddha’s Hand plays the whole symphony.

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by Coco + Kelley 4 ounces chilled Hangar 1 Straight Vodka 1 ½ cups spicy tomato juice ½ cup pure beet juice 1 tablespoon pepperoncini juice ½ small lemon (squeezed for juice) 1½ teaspoon freshly ground pepper ½ teaspoon horseradish 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce ¼ teaspoon ground garlic Your preference for hot sauce (to taste) Bacon salt and smoked paprika for rim share this:

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by Hangar 1 2 ounces Hangar 1 Buddha’s Hand Citron Vodka ¾ ounce lavender honey syrup* ¾ ounce bianco vermouth Fresh lavender, as garnish share this:

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