Instructions

Combine in a shaker over ice. Strain. Chilled coupe over ice. Garnish with orange peel, expressed.

Cocktail summary
Posted by Roro on 1/21/2013
Created by
Ron Rovner
Portland, Maine
Year
2013
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author's original creation
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  • Ok, although not as good as I expected — ★★★
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Comments

If you are a bourbon lover, or if byrrh is your thing, the "Byrrhlesque" is your drink. Smooth, yes! Tasty, oh my! Full-flavored, you bet! I used Four Roses small batch for the bourbon. Others may prefer Maker's Mark or Elijah Craig. Those will work well, as will Jim Beam black label. I rated this libation at 4.0 (but was tempted to push it to 4.5) Mix, stir, strain, and enjoy.