The Barbancourt Sazerac

2 oz Haitian Rum, Barbancourt 8
12 oz Simple syrup
6 ds Bitters, Bitter Truth Jerry Thomas’ Own Decanter
2   Cloves
1 rinse Pastis, Herbsaint
1 twst Lemon peel
Stir, then strain into a chilled rocks glass rinsed with Herbsaint. Finish with lemon twist
Not bad as a mixing use for Barbancourt 5 Star (8 year). I prefer the Rye version, but this is a nice change.
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1 Comment

Much better with 5ml rich

Much better with 5ml rich demerara syrup, 3 dashes Peychaud's and 1 dash Ango, absinthe rinse and a discarded twist - i.e. a classics Sazerac spec with the base swapped out.