[INTRO MUSIC FADING CONTINUES AS BACKGROUND
THROUGHOUT]>>JOSUHA POWELL: I’m going to teach you how
to make a Seville Cortadita so the first thing we need to do is grab a martini glass
[SCOOPING OF ICE]>>JOSUHA POWELL: And just chill it.
[CLINCKING OF ICE ON GLASS]>>JOSUHA POWELL: So pop in some ice, and some soda and leave on the side to cool.>>JOSUHA POWELL: So the first thing we’re
going to put in is Stolivanilla, need a and a half.
[POURING NOISE]>>JOSUHA POWELL: Then we need three quarters
Palo Cortado sherry. This is a lovely aged sherry with caramel and raisin notes.
[BACKGROUND NOISE]>>JOSUHA POWELL: So the next thing we’re
going to use is a bar spoon of sugar syrup. Bar spoon of lemon juice, it’s important
that this is as fresh as possible. [POURING NOISE]>>JOSUHA POWELL: A half shot of orange juice and three spoons of Seville orange marmalade.
[SCRAPING NOISE]>>JOSUHA POWELL: Fill the glass with ice
[CLINKING]>>JOSUHA POWELL: Give it a really good shake.
[RATTILING]>>JOSUHA POWELL: Dump out the ice and fine
strain. [BACKGROUND NOISE / RATTILING]
>>JOSUHA POWELL: And just to finish we’re just gonna grab some fresh orange peel and flame it on the top of the drink. So you just need to heat up the orange peel which extracts
all of the oils to the surface and squeeze. Rim the glass and drop in. And there we have
a Serville Cortadita.