Scottish Autumn

A variation on Jeffrey Morgenthaler's cocktail that is perfect for anyone who is short on Strega but has a good supply of Drambuie
1 14 oz Rye, Bulleit
1 14 oz Applejack, Lairds
1 14 oz Sweet vermouth, Cinzano
12 oz Drambuie
2 ds Bitters, Fee Brothers
Combine, stir, strain, pour low over ice
From other users
  • Too apple cider-y. — ☆☆
  • made with Bib Rye — ☆☆☆☆
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Zachary Pearson's picture

There's no telling - this

There's no telling - this drink is a riff on the cited Autumn Leaves in the way that a Gimlet is a riff on a Martini. Taking a guess, either the regular, the Barrel Aged or something fruity like cherry. Thanks,  Zachary