How to use an oxtails tail to make a fantastic cocktail
A delicious cocktail using a mix of oxtales tail and lime juice is coming to Sydney soon, but it will need some work to get it to your table.
The popular cocktail is named after Sydney’s oxtale bush, which is native to Australia.
It’s a citrus-flavoured drink that can be enjoyed by anyone.
“We can’t really get our heads around how much it has changed since it was first created,” Dr John Hutton from the University of Sydney told ABC Sydney.
“But it’s definitely got a good reputation.”
Dr Hutton says oxtals have become a popular drink in Sydney and the city’s suburbs, particularly in the inner west.
“Oxtale tail has become quite popular, so we really wanted to explore what’s different about it,” he said.
“And the fact that we were able to do that, and that we can make a drink that’s actually quite tasty, is really exciting.”
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It is made with an oltre (a lime-lime juice concentrate) and the essential oils of citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons.
It is traditionally made with lemon juice, orange juice and aniseed, and it is also known as oxtalede.
Dr Huttling said oxtas tail was popular in Sydney for a number of reasons.
“It’s a lovely drink to make with an orange and it’s quite simple to make, really easy to make,” he told ABC News.
“You just use an orange juice concentrate, and then a little bit of lemon juice and then you pour that into a cocktail glass and you’re off.”
Dr Robert Wylie, who is a cocktail specialist at the University and the owner of the Sydney Cocktail Club, said octals tail was not a typical Australian drink.
“I’m not sure what it’s got to do with Sydney,” he explained.
“For me it’s a drink with a little tang to it.”
When you’re going for a simple cocktail you’re not going to want to have anything that’s going to make it more complicated.
“So I guess the big thing is it’s pretty simple and it has a really good drinkability.”
Dr Wylies favourite oxtailede is called the New Year’s Eve Cocktail.
“New Year’s is the time when everyone’s drunk and everybody’s looking forward to the New Years Eve party,” he added.
“The only thing that’s missing is the booze, so you’ll get a really nice, strong cocktail and you won’t have to wait for the New York cocktail, so that’s the thing that really appeals to me.”
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“The essential oils in it are citrus fruits, and they’re all very citrusy,” Dr Hutton said.
“So they’re not overly sweet, they’re more like a slightly tart, citrusy drink.
That’s really what makes it so appealing.”
Dr Richard Smith, an associate professor at the Sydney School of Tropical Medicine, said the cocktail was a great addition to a classic New Year cocktail.
“There’s just something about the oxtailing that makes it quite a special drink, especially when you’ve got the New Yorks party going on,” he remarked.
“That’s a really exciting time to be drinking a New Years drink.”
Dr Smith said there were a number other reasons people liked oxtalls tail, such as its popularity in Australia and overseas.
“Because it’s so citrusy, there’s a good deal of citrus in it,” Dr Smith said.
The cocktail can be made in two ways, one with a cocktail shaker and the other with a glass.
Dr Smith also said that while oxtils tail is traditionally served at New Years Eve parties, there was no evidence of it being a traditional drink in Australia.
“As far as we know there’s no Australian New Years party where oxtatals tail is served,” Dr Wyslices explained.
However, Dr Huttlings is hopeful the cocktail will be embraced in Australia by locals.
“People are really keen to try it and I think they’re going to really enjoy it,” she said.
Dr John Tynan, the executive director of Sydney Cocktails, said Sydney was home to a number oxtaling-friendly