Savoy Corpse Reviver Cocktail is a stylish drink that is famous for being served on Halloween parties. However, you can serve it in other parties and get-togethers as well. Savoy Corpse Reviver Cocktail hit the skies when Harry Craddock, bartender at the American Bar in the Savoy Hotel in London, published its recipe in “The Savoy Cocktail Book,” published in 1930. Another bartender of the same hotel, Joe Gilmore, brought in some amazing variations in the original recipe of Savoy Corpse Reviver Cocktail in 1954. Gilmore’s recipe was also appreciated and accepted by the bars across the world. Savoy Corpse Reviver #1 and Savoy Corpse Reviver #2 are the two well-liked variations.
The Savoy corpse reviver is among famous of the dog cocktails, which are cocktails to cool you down after a heavy drinking night. Therefore, it is best served in the morning in order to refresh you mind. Fernet Branca is one of the main ingredients of the drink which is an Italian herbal liqueur frequently used as an after dinner digestive and is best for hangover cure.
Preparation Time: 5 minutes:
Serving Size: 01
Utensils: Martini Glass, Cocktail shaker, Stirrer, Straw
- 1 ounce brandy
- 1 ounce white crème de menthe
- 1 ounce Fernet Branca
- Ice cubes
- Fruit Wedge for garnishing - optional
Place a martini cocktail glass in refrigerator to chill well.
Add ice cubes in the cocktail shaker you're going to add all the ingredients in.
Pour in 1 ounce of brandy, 1 ounce of white crème de menthe, and 1 ounce of Fernet Branca.
Seal and shake the cocktail shaker for 15 to 20 seconds to mix the ingredients.
Strain the Savoy Corpse Reviver into a chilled martini glass and serve.
Note: Garnish it with a fresh fruit wedge if you want.