|1||oz||Bourbon, Basil Hayden's|
|1||oz||Sweet vermouth, Carpano Antica Formula|
|1||spg||Rosemary (for service)|
Stir until chilled. Pour down rosemary into a rocks glass over a ball of ice and serve.
From other users
- Doubled the Bourbon, so 2 parts Bourbon to 1 part everything else. Great drink...
- An excellent and subtle blend, the Campari taste kept under control.
- Used good rye instead of bourbon, still good
- Made with Fighting Cock, which was a little overassertive in an otherwise very tasty drink.
- nice ballance - woud be better with the rosemary
- Add 1/2 oz of simple syrup to take edge off bitterness
- Paia inn is more Bourbon than Gin
- Well balanced. Nice bitterness.
- used 2x bourbon - need to try with fresh rosemary
- Strong, tasty. I didn’t even have the rosemary, but I bet it would go great together.
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