Instructions

Stir w/ ice, strain, old-fashioned w/ rocks

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Created by
Rocky Yeh
Is of
unknown authenticity
Reference

Bitters, by B.T. Parsons (2011)

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Comments
bza commented on 11/14/2011:

I never thought Ramazzotti would be able to stand up to an Islay single malt. Used Ardbeg, and it was delicious, would definitely make this again.


'They've got more *** ***** **** *** **** than the likes o' me!' Love the name. ^_^


I used Johnny Walker Red (I had a big bottle!) and Bittercube Bolivar Bitters. This is definitely a drink that lives up to its name. After a few, I could only see out of one eye!


Sakas commented on 4/23/2013:

I too used johnnie red and through lack of the fees barrel aged I used 3dsh of Fees Old Fashioned and one of Bittermans Xocolatl Mole. It was all too much for the scotch, rolled right over it. I need to get some Laphroaig and do this for real.


Norm commented on 10/11/2014:

In addition to a straight-up peaty Islay (like Lagavulin, Laphroiag, or Ardbeg), I have found that Talisker 10 year works very well in this cocktail. Other, less powerful, whiskys would just be overpowered (in part because 4 dashes of Fee Whiskey Barrel bitters is very intense).