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LAYER by carefully pouring ingredients in the order below. IGNITE bourbon. Extinguish flame prior to drinking and beware of hot glass rim.
Flaming good shot.
Created by Henry Smiff and friends in the South of France and popularised by one of their number, John Coe, the London drinks wholesaler.
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