2 oz Bourbon, Knob Creek
3⁄4 oz Lemon juice
3⁄4 oz Honey syrup
Instructions

Shake briefly and strain over 1 large ice cube. Garnish with an orange twist.

History

Part of our "Spirit of Johnson City" drink menu from the launch of our new bar program in the spring of 2012. Named for the Blues artist, Blind Lemon Jefferson, who resided in Johnson City in the early 1920's.

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Created by
Laura Cloer, The Main Street Pizza Company
Year
2012
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  • Delightful. I used Rye instead of bourbon because I worried about it being too sweet. It was perfect with rye. — ★★★★
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Comments
jaba commented on 5/10/2016:

Delightful. I used Rye instead of bourbon because I worried about it being too sweet. It was perfect with rye.


Identical to TJ Siegals(Milk&Honey) modern classic, the Gold Rush from 2001, except for the addition of orange bitters and the garnish.