|1 1⁄2||oz||Rye (jefferson 10 yr)|
|1⁄4||oz||Falernum, Velvet Falernum|
|1⁄4||oz||Islay Scotch, Laphroaig 10 (or less)|
Stir on good ice and strain, serve neat like you would any mans drink. at the oakland we leave out the scotch and flame it o'er the top with an atomizer. a very long and hot flame it is indeed. it gives a guest the interesting sensory experience of a cold drink and hot glass on the first sip. we like it.
Feel free to taste before the addition of the acid... The sweet smokey flavors are quite muddled, but separate very nicely on the palate with the lactart. Thanks darcy
We ordered acid phosphate from the extinct chemical company and they sent us the lactart as a bonus, so i did what seemed natural. . . I incorporated it into a cocktail(...)
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