MxMo: Bourbon – Catch a Bulleit

Good afternoon lover of boozahol the world over. It is time for this month’s installment of Mixology Monday. This month we are focusing on the wonderful product of the a bunch of rummers who didn’t want to pay taxes: Bourbon whiskey.

Just like last time, I have two drinks for you one is a sour, and the other I just recently came across. For our first trick we go with the same inspiration for last month’s post: the whiskey sour. This time, however, instead of staying fairly tradition with the mixers, and changing up the spirit, we keep the spirit traditional and change up the sweetener. Now, this drink is as much an invention of necessity as anything else. Being freshly moved in, I looked in my fridge and said, “What ingredients do I have in my fridge?” The answer was exactly two fruits: mango and orange. Luckily, one is sweet and the other tart, which gives quite nice balance, and the two flavours work well together. Thus, it is my honor to give you the Amber Daughter:

The Amber Daughter:

  • 2 oz. – Bourbon Whiskey (Bulleit)
  • 1 oz. – Finely Chopped Mango
  • 1 oz. – Orange Juice
  • Dash – Angostura Aromatic Bitters

Muddle the mango and orange juice together in the bottom of a short tumbler. Fill with ice, and add whiskey. Simple syrup can be added to taste.

I apologize for the quality of the photo. I am just learning to take pictures of drinks, and this one was a little haphazard anyway. Sill it was quite enjoyable. I think a splash of lemon would have made for a better drink, or, perhaps, lime.

While I was having lunch yesterday, I came across another interesting drink: The Mark and Stormy. Combine Maker’s Mark bourbon with ginger beer to taste. Garnish with a lime. I will be trying it as soon as I get Maker’s Mark and ginger beer.

Happy MxMo,
The Scribe

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One Response

  1. Looks delicious. I will have to try this recipe once I get my sample of Bulleit Bourbon.

    Will post the results here.

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