Bringing rye and rum together
|1||oz||St. Lucian Rum, Chairman's Reserve|
|2||ds||Bitters, Angostura (original recipe called for leather bitters)|
|1||rinse||Islay Scotch (This is not part of the original recipe, but this seems lacking without it or something else.)|
Stir and strain into chilled coupe.
I think you could sub another molasses based aged rum. I've used Diplomatico Anejo.
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- I'll also try this with Chairman's Reserve or maybe even a Jamaican Appleton Estate 12 year which I suspect could up my rating to 5.
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