Bittersweet Reunion

1 12 oz Bourbon
12 oz Lemon juice
12 oz Bitters, Angostura
12 oz Ramazzotti
12 oz Grade B maple syrup
4 cube Ice (Coffee)
1   Orange peel
Instructions
Shake, strain, garnish w/ orange peel
Notes
I used Old Weller Antique, so slightly hot is better.
From other users
  • served over a big rock, the ramazzotti integrated well in the background (not overly bitter for non-amaro fans) and the orange twist is key. tasted like a more interesting/complex old fashioned — ☆☆☆☆
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1 Comment

This was very good.  I put

This was very good.  I put half the amount of maple syrup in as I like to keep sweetness down, the whole amount would be fine (necessary) for folk who prefer more sweetness.  Also 1/2oz of Angostura bitters seemed like a lot, and maybe a typo?  I put in four dashes which was about 1/4 oz or less, so half the amount called for.