2 oz Irish whiskey, Bushmill's
1⁄4 oz Herbal liqueur, Green Chartreuse
Instructions

Stir with ice, strain, coupe. No garnish.

Notes

Works very nicely with Monkey Shoulder for the whiskey in the absence of Bushmill's.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Phil Ward, Death & Co
Year
2008
Is an
authentic recipe
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  • Excellent! Used martini dry vermouth and Bushmill's Black Bush. — ★★★★★
  • Nice, the Chartreuse isn't too strong, allowing you to enjoy the complex flavours. Works well with Irosh Whiskey, complex flavour profile. — ★★★★
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Comments

The original recipe specified adding 1 dash of Bittermens Xocolatl Mole Bitters, and the cocktail name was "St. Columb's Rill", not "St. Columbus Rill". St. Columb's Rill is a stream on which the Bushmill distillery was originally built. The name pays tribute to Saint Columba of Cornwall, and has nothing to do with Columbus.


Do you have a link to that effect? My copy of Death & Co. has this as written. Thanks, Zachary




yarm commented on 9/29/2022:

They must've fixed it up after the 2014 printing. Mine bought in the first month of it coming out has it spelled as St. Columbus, and hence, that's the way it appears in my blog when I made it.


Updated name and ingredients accordingly. Thanks all!