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Saloon in the Sky

August 17, 2010 (part of Cocktail Chronicle)

This is an after-funeral drink, hence the name.

After making and tasting it, I understood why. It is zero fuss (Who wants to muddle or squeeze after a funeral?) it is high octane (zero juice, zero syrup, 100% liquor) and very satisfying.

You don’t have to wait for a funeral to make it. A blow-out on the carpet, or a meltdown at the mall is reason enough to make this quick drink that goes a long way.

Saloon in the Sky in In the Land of Cocktails (Makes 1):

  • 1 oz (2 tbsp) Maker’s Mark
  • ½ oz (1tbsp) Applejack (I use Laird’s Straight Bonded)
  • ½ oz (1 tbsp) Grand Marnier

 

Fill a rock glass with ice, pour and drink.

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One Comment

  1. Bourbon, Rye, Brandy… As every chef knows you start with great ingredients!


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