Big Easy Sour

1 oz Peychaud's Bitters
1 oz Rye
12 oz Cherry Liqueur, Cherry Heering
12 oz Cinnamon syrup
34 oz Lemon juice
Instructions
Shake, strain, up. Lemon twist garnish optional.
History
Inspired by the Trinidad Sour
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4 Comments

DrunkLab's picture

Delicious. Cinnamon was an

Delicious. Cinnamon was an inspired choice. Interestingly, as it warmed it got quite lemony, despite the large amounts of other strong ingredients. Lovely color too.

bevx's picture

Thanks, glad you like! The

Thanks, glad you like! The cinnamon syrup was the one part I wasn't so sure about at first; I almost kept the Trinidad's orgeat... I sipped mine pretty quickly, so I don't think it had time to warm much (heh, oops). I'll look for that extra lemoniness next time.

bevx's picture

When trying a new drink that

When trying a new drink that calls for a full ounce of Peychaud's, I fully approve of you using <em>someone else's.</em> ;)

But lordy, yes... The color! If I hadn't lost interest in <em>True Blood</em> years ago, I might've called it the Bon Temps Sour.