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A Spontaneous Libation for your Consideration

Paper Jetplane

1⁄2 oz Whiskey (Burnside Bourbon)
1⁄2 oz Amaro (broVo No. 1)
1⁄2 oz Amaro (broVo No. 6)
1⁄2 oz Lemon juice
1⁄4 oz Simple syrup
Instructions

Combine all ingrdients into a mixing glass with ice. Shake and strain into mini cocktail glass.
Garnish with a Lemon Twist

Notes

A NW spin on a Paper Airplane cocktail using special edition NW produced Amaro.

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From the Knowledge Vault

Bourbon: Producer Capsules

This is the sixth in a series on Bourbon by Zach Pearson. Read them all: Bourbon, Bourbon After the Act, Bourbon: What it is ... and isn't, Making Bourbon, Who Makes My Bourbon, Producer Capsules., Finding the Good Stuff, Tasting the Good Stuff, Neat, Mashbills, Geeky Information and Resources.

Buffalo Trace

Distilling at what is now Buffalo Trace in Frankfort probably began in the 1850’s, but Edmund Haynes Taylor (yes, there’s an E.H. Taylor line) bought whatever was there and renamed it the “Old Fire Copper” distillery (OFC) in 1870. After an 1872 expansion, George T. Stagg (yep, there’s a BT label named after him as well) bought the place in 1878 only to have it struck by lightning and burn to the ground merely four years later. The 16 year old Albert Blanton (you guessed it – more whiskey named for him) started there in 1897 and was promoted to Superintendent in 1900. As Prohibition was winding down, the Schenley company bought the distillery, now named after Mr. Stagg in the wave of consolidation that saw distributors and marketers own distilleries.

In 1983, the plant was sold to some investors who were focused on the Japanese market under the name Age International. Though other companies will argue this point, what is now these investors did come up with Blanton’s. the first “single barrel” Bourbon in 1984.

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Recent Discussion

  • Re Bitter Branch, 2 hours ago Joe White commented:

    I like bitter drinks,. But this was like drinking a glass of campari and nothing else. No depth. No complexity. Just a lot of bitter. It could be that I chose the wrong nocino (Eda Rhyne Rustic Nocino). Or perhaps Old Overholt 86 was the wrong rye.

  • Re Reggae Ruby, 1 day ago LemonMelon commented:

    Funny enough I experimented with Plantation 5, Bacardi 8, Appleton, and settled on S&C because I figured rum enthusiasts here would prefer the funkier higher proof kick. This might be smoother:
    1-1⁄2 oz Aged rum (Appleton?)
    1⁄2 oz Campari
    3⁄4 oz Lime juice
    3⁄4 oz Simple syrup
    5 muddled cherries

  • Re St Columbus Rill, 1 day ago yarm commented:

    Here is a 2010 blog post that had a direct correspondence with Phil Ward:

    https://ajiggerofblog.com/2010/04/16/st-columbs-rill/

  • Re St Columbus Rill, 2 days ago Zachary Pearson commented:

    Do you have a link to that effect? My copy of Death & Co. has this as written. Thanks, Zachary

  • Re Sex In the Rumble Seat, 4 days ago hrdrck4evr commented:

    I’m new to the home bartending scene, but this one is easily a 5+