|1||twst||Orange peel (as garnish)|
Stir, strain, coupe, garnish.
I've seen other recipes calling for 1.5 oz rye. Some menus list Old Overholt; some list Jim Beam. Cocktail has also appeared on menu of White Pillars, Biloxi, Mississippi. Bourbon-based variants seem to have been called "Bro-vardier" or "Boulevard 28".
From other users
- Less bitter than a Bouleverdier, a bit sweeter, too. I’d give a 3.5 at least.
- Feared it might be too sweet, and it was.
- Maddenly delicious!
- 05/05/18 - Awesome, very tasty
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