2 oz Gin, Hendrick's
1⁄4 oz Hum
1 twst Orange peel (Flamed)
Instructions

Stir and Strain into cocktail glass. Garnish with flamed orange.

Notes

Glassware Cocktail

History

Hum Botanical Spirit is made in Chicago and based on classic Amaros with notes of ginger, cardamom, kaffir and habiscus.

Cocktail summary
The Bonal Cabal
2011 Rachel Wilde
Posted by rwilde on 10/26/2011
Created by
Rachel Wilde, Indian Road Cafe, New York, NY
Year
2011
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Comments
Dan commented on 11/12/2011:

I have not had Hum, but from what I can find on the web, it is not bitter. If that is indeed the case, then I wouldn't call it an amaro, but rather a regular liqueur. It's odd that they call it both a spirit (in the name) and a liqueur (on the label).