"Paper Plane | Crafted Pour"

"Paper plane 2007 - A Luxardo house recipe. Coupe glass, meet first class — we’re taking the Last Word to new heights. In 2007, M.I.A’s “Paper Planes” blared on airwaves across the world — and award-winning NYC bartenders Sasha Petraske and Sam Ross were duly inspired to create their now-famous cocktail of the exact same name. The resulting Paper Plane was then handed off to colleague Toby Maloney for his new bar, The Violet Hour, before becoming a menu item back at Petraske and Ross’s bar, Milk and Honey. The lofty mix of Luxardo Aperitivo, Amaro, bourbon and fresh lemon juice quickly became a hit among bar patrons in New York — and soon took off to become a globally regarded variation of its predecessor, the Last Word. Despite the vast difference in ingredients, there are two things that make the Paper Plane similar to the Last Word: the consistent ingredient ratio (1:1:1:1) between both cocktails, and the trademark bitter, herbal flavor — this time from a mix of earthy Luxardo Aperitivo, full-bodied bourbon, Amaro, and freshly squeezed lemon juice.", "undefined", "Paper Plane",

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Paper Plane By , May 8, 2009 Paper plane 2007 - A Luxardo house recipe.

Coupe glass, meet first class — we’re taking the Last Word to new heights.

In 2007, M.I.A’s “Paper Planes” blared on airwaves across the world — and award-winning NYC bartenders Sasha Petraske and Sam Ross were duly inspired to create their now-famous cocktail of the exact same name.

The resulting Paper Plane was then handed off to colleague Toby Maloney for his new bar, The Violet Hour, before becoming a menu item back at Petraske and Ross’s bar, Milk and Honey.  The lofty mix of Luxardo Aperitivo, Amaro, bourbon and fresh lemon juice quickly became a hit among bar patrons in New York — and soon took off to become a globally regarded variation of its predecessor, the Last Word.

Despite the vast difference in ingredients, there are two things that make the Paper Plane similar to the Last Word: the consistent ingredient ratio (1:1:1:1) between both cocktails, and the trademark bitter, herbal flavor — this time from a mix of earthy Luxardo Aperitivo, full-bodied bourbon, Amaro, and freshly squeezed lemon juice. Paper plane 2007 - A Luxardo house recipe. Coupe glass, meet first class — we’re taking the Last Word to new heights. In 2007, M.I.A’s “Paper Planes” blared on airwaves across the world — and award-winning NYC bartenders Sasha Petraske and Sam Ross were duly inspired to create their now-famous cocktail of the exact same name. The resulting Paper Plane was then handed off to colleague Toby Maloney for his new bar, The Violet Hour, before becoming a menu item back at Petraske and Ross’s bar, Milk and Honey. The lofty mix of Luxardo Aperitivo, Amaro, bourbon and fresh lemon juice quickly became a hit among bar patrons in New York — and soon took off to become a globally regarded variation of its predecessor, the Last Word. Despite the vast difference in ingredients, there are two things that make the Paper Plane similar to the Last Word: the consistent ingredient ratio (1:1:1:1) between both cocktails, and the trademark bitter, herbal flavor — this time from a mix of earthy Luxardo Aperitivo, full-bodied bourbon, Amaro, and freshly squeezed lemon juice. Ingredients: - Luxardo Aperitivo - Luxardo Amaro Abano Instructions: • Add liquid ingredients to a shaker with ice. Shake until chilled. • Strain mixture into a chilled coupe glass. • Garnish the finished cocktail with lemon peel. Sours,Martini,Herbal