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Like an old-fashioned soda-fountain drink, this mocktail relies on a delicious small-batch syrup. Its creator is Jennifer Colliau, a mixologist at San Francisco's Slanted Door restaurant and an artisanal syrup maker who also owns Small Hand Foods, which sells classic ingredients for pre-Prohibition era cocktails."Growing up in Northern California, I loved the smell of wild fennel that grows along so many roads and waterways," Colliau says. That memory inspired this anise-accented drink, made with a fennel-infused simple syrup. For the orgeat, she advises using one made from almonds, not just extract. "True almond-based syrups add a satisfying richness." More Refreshing Drinks

Jennifer Colliau
April 2011

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active:
10 mins
total:
35 mins
Yield:
Makes 1 drink
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Ingredients

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Directions

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  • In a collins glass, combine the orgeat, Fennel Syrup and fresh lemon juice and stir well. Add ice, stir in the chilled club soda and garnish with the fennel frond.

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