I Loved You At Your Darkest

2 oz CioCiaro
34 oz Bourbon, Booker's
14 oz Grand Marnier
1 ds Bitters, Angostura
Instructions
Stir/Strain/Up
Notes
Need an extra long stir on this one.
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2 Comments

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A touch sweet, but quite

A touch sweet, but quite good. Don't have a high-proof bourbon, but I do have a high-proof orange curaçao. Made it with Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage (10 yrs.) and Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaçao... Flamed an orange peel after the first couple sips; I think it helped. Might try with a 100-proof rye next time.

Yes, it is on the sweet side.

Yes, it is on the sweet side. I made it more as an after dinner cocktail. It would also work really well with Rittenhouse 100 instead of bourbon and with a flamed orange peel, and maybe even swapping out the Grand Marnier for Triplum or Cointreau...