1 oz Sotol, Hacienda del Sotol Plata
1⁄2 oz Averna
1 twst Orange peel (flamed, as garnish)

In a brandy snifter, stir all ingredients without ice. As garnish, mist more Angostura over the top of the snifter and flame an orange peel.

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Created by
Bobby Heugel, Anvil Bar and Refuge
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authentic recipe
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  • This is a drink for grown-ups.
  • Strong 4 — ★★★★
  • Made it per Punch spec (with blanco tequila), lacking Sotol. Like The Rebennack but smokier. — ★★★★
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Yeah, but Punch is wrong ;) The Sotol makes the drink.



Ha. I'll have to try it with the Sotol then. I keep hearing great things about this drink from Texan friends.

bza commented on 7/03/2014:

I wonder if they did that because it's hard to get sotol in many places, similar to why the NYT published the Oaxaca Old Fashioned with Ango instead of mole bitters.