Tender Nob

1 oz Cognac, Hennessy
1 oz Rye, Wild Turkey
12 oz Strega
14 oz Amaro Abano, Luxardo
14 oz Orgeat (walnut)
1 twst Orange peel (as garnish)
1 twst Lemon peel (as garnish)
Instructions
Stir, strain, one large rock, twists.
From other users
  • 3.5. — ☆☆☆
  • Used Pierre Ferrrand 1840, RIttenhouse, Liber & Co. Orgeat. I went a little light on the Orgeat and added a dash of black walnut bitters — ☆☆☆☆
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2 Comments

Tenderloin and Nob Hill are

Tenderloin and Nob Hill are adjacent neighborhoods in SF, the latter being affluent and the former being considerably less so. "Tender Nob" refers to the area between the two. The cocktail creator is based in SF and this uses both "affluent" cognac and "less affluent" Wild Turkey.

The double entendre is likely lost on nobody, but this is hardly "vulgar for vulgarity's sake".