1 rinse Absinthe
1 pn Sugar
2 lf Mint
1 oz Rye, Sazerac
1 oz Dark rum
Instructions

In a pre-chilled Old-Fashioned glass, rinsed with absinthe, gently bruise mint with demerera sugar. Stir rye, rum, vermouth, Peychaud's with ice. Pour, savor, repeat.

Notes

Use Punt a Mes, lighter rum, or vary sugar to alter substantially.

History

Sazerac meet Mojito.

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Posted by jkim07 on 9/12/2014
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  • This was a great drink! I made it without the sugar—mint was fab!
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Comments

I'm trying this tonight. But ... a 'dash' of sugar?
I guess I'll work it out!


jkim07 commented on 12/03/2021:

Correctomundo, Don, of coirse-
should read “STIR”
not “shake”


jkim07 commented on 12/03/2021:

Correctomundo, Don, of coirse-
should read “STIR”
not “shake”


Ok, quick question - so you're chilling an OF, rinsing it, lightly muddling mint and sugar (a pinch, not a dash perhaps) in the bottom. Then you're stirring everything else and straining it over the mint/sugar? I'd imagine this will lead to undissolved sugar in the bottom of the glass. If so, can I clarify the instructions to reflect this? Thanks, Zachary