Death & Taxes

1 12 oz Gin, Death's Door
12 oz Lillet Blanc
12 oz Sweet vermouth, Carpano Punt e Mes
12 oz Elderflower liqueur, St. Germain
1 12 bsp Amer Picon (or Toriani Amer)
1 twst Orange peel (Flamed, garnish)
2 ds Bitters, Bitter Truth Jerry Thomas’ Own Decanter
Instructions
Stir, strain, chilled coupe, garnish.
Notes
The Brooklyn and Income Tax Cocktail were the inspiration. Again, if no Amer Picon is available, use Torani Amer.
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1 Comment

mattchicago's picture

Today, I'm doing my taxes.

2014-03-29 - Today, I'm doing my taxes. Coming across this recipe, I thought it the perfect thing to take the pain away... I used Tanqueray, Amer Nouvelle, and Jamaica #1 bitters (lacking Jerry Thomas's). Very nice! Aromas of flowers, citrus, gin. Will definitely make it part of the rotation.

2015-04-11 - continuing the tradition of drinking this whilst doing my taxes, one year later. This time I have proper Death's Door Gin & Jerry Thomas bitters. A wonderful drink to take the pain away.