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A damn good Sazerac at the Carousel bar in NOLA.

I'll continue with the NOLA theme with a Ramos Gin Fizz:

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T Comp write: "A damn good Sazerac at the Carousel bar in NOLA".

Thad is living large in the Big easy.

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a "Old Manhatten".

2oz WTRB

1oz Sweet vermouth

1oz Pierre Ferrand Dry Curacao

bitters

drizzle of Luxardo sweet vermouth, with a couple of cherries on the top.

Over crushed ice.

Needle something sweeter today grilling. The higher proof RB stood up well, and the addition of the orange note played well with the rest, like the muddled orange of the old fashioned. A good slow sipper.

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Tried a 2:1 Buffalo Trace / Cardamaro stir down with a few dashes of Bitter Truth Aromatic. Easy sipping, rich, and let's the Cardamaro flavors shine.

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Tried this recipe:

http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2012/12/new-york-shrub-peels-cocktail-rye-whiskey-balsamic-recipe.html

I might cut back on the lemon juice a tad next time, but this makes an excellent aperitif. Not too sweet, not too bitter, and not too sour. I think I'd like to play around with the shrub format a little more...

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My first old-fashioned tonight - I think I'll use something besides THH next time.

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Manhattan, as interpreted by me

2:1 - RittBIB-Cocchi Vermouth

4-5 dashes Barrel Aged Forbidden Bitters (Miracle Mile)

1 dash Regan Orange Bitters

2 Luxardo Cherries w/ a little bit of cherry juice

1 large square ice cube

perfect

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Manhattan, as interpreted by me

2:1 - RittBIB-Cocchi Vermouth

4-5 dashes Barrel Aged Forbidden Bitters (Miracle Mile)

1 dash Regan Orange Bitters

2 Luxardo Cherries w/ a little bit of cherry juice

1 large square ice cube

perfect

That's a lot of Cocchi. I'll have to give that a try.

-Mike

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just saw this on Girl and the Goat Facebook page. They call it a Chicago Derby. They soak mint leaves in the bourbon for 11 hours. Looks like they've chosen a good bourbon, too.

Hope to have one soon.

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Burnt Marmalade Sour

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2 oz whiskey

1 oz burnt lemon juice

1/2 oz simple syrup

1 barspoon marmalade

2 dashes orange bitters

1 dash angustora bitters

1 egg white

3-4 drops saline water (3:1 salt to water)

Add ingredients. Dry shake. Add ice. Shake. Double strain into chilled glass. Char lemon peel with blow torch and garnish.

For burnt lemon juice: Roast lemon halves at 350F for 30 minutes. Let cool. Juice.

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just saw this on Girl and the Goat Facebook page. They call it a Chicago Derby. They soak mint leaves in the bourbon for 11 hours. Looks like they've chosen a good bourbon, too.

Hope to have one soon.

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I saw this on Four Roses website too. Same pictures. Looks tasty.

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Manhattan:

1 oz Carpano Antica vermouth

1.5 oz Wild Turkey 101 Rye

.5 oz Parker's Heritage Collection Bourbon ('12)

2 dashes Scrappy's Orange Bitters

3 dashes Angostura Bitters

Orange Peel

Luxardo Cherries

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