This exhumed classic was brought to our attention by Jason E. Clapham and originally appeared in Harry McElhone's 1927 Barflies and Cocktails: Greenbriar
Classic proportions to this drink are most often quoted as being: 1 rum, 1 cognac, 1 triple sec and 1/4 lemon juice but three shots of 40% alcohol and
Basically a Negroni with bourbon replacing gin. A combo which Negroni lovers should try.
Cognac and Grand Marnier are well-suited bedfellows in this spirit forward stiff steadier. Dry vermouth combines with these surprisingly well. Adding balance
Spirit-forward with faint zesty tartness balanced by delicate rich red fruit sweetness.
A simple, silky and delicious gin-laced classic with a sour finish.
I've added the merest touch of sugar to the classic recipe and a dash more absinthe to make this old-school cocktail pop. However, approach with caution,
Classically an equal parts three-ingredient cocktail comprising: 30ml rye, 30ml bitter liqueur and 30 ml dry vermouth. This produces an overly dry bittersweet
Slightly sweet, very creamy - drink after dinner.
Gin and orange with a hint of absinthe.
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