"Blue Mountain | Crafted Pour"

"Based on the formula for a Hanky Panky, this cocktail from Death and Co’s newest tome adds in touches of banana, jamaican rum and eucalyptus to elevate the drink beyond the basics and spread the flavor wealth between the bitter-mint of the Fernet and some funky and banana flavors from the rum and liqueur. Created by Matthew Belanger in 2018, this cocktail was incredible, boozy in the best way, allowing the flavors to move seamlessly from front to back which, to me, marks a truly impeccable spec. I had never tried Plymouth Gin before and oh em gee do I love this bottle. Along with needing a refill on the Jamaican rum, I also grabbed the Banane du Bresil for this cocktail, which will probably be empty sooner rather than later cause it’s a total winner. Somehow Fernet holds back in this cocktail, content to play rhythm guitar instead of the over exuberant triangle soloist, but I love it even more for that. And the last of my Carpano Antica went to amazing use, vanilla notes melding perfectly with the other flavors. It’s not often I try to make a Death and Co to spec, but here I am over the moon that I did. Cheers to stirred and boozy perfection from a masterful mixologist!", "undefined", "Blue Mountain",

"Ingredients"

Blue Mountain By , Based on the formula for a Hanky Panky, this cocktail from Death and Co’s newest tome adds in touches of banana, jamaican rum and eucalyptus to elevate the drink beyond the basics and spread the flavor wealth between the bitter-mint of the Fernet and some funky and banana flavors from the rum and liqueur. Created by Matthew Belanger in 2018, this cocktail was incredible, boozy in the best way, allowing the flavors to move seamlessly from front to back which, to me, marks a truly impeccable spec. I had never tried Plymouth Gin before and oh em gee do I love this bottle. Along with needing a refill on the Jamaican rum, I also grabbed the Banane du Bresil for this cocktail, which will probably be empty sooner rather than later cause it’s a total winner. Somehow Fernet holds back in this cocktail, content to play rhythm guitar instead of the over exuberant triangle soloist, but I love it even more for that. And the last of my Carpano Antica went to amazing use, vanilla notes melding perfectly with the other flavors. It’s not often I try to make a Death and Co to spec, but here I am over the moon that I did. Cheers to stirred and boozy perfection from a masterful mixologist! Based on the formula for a Hanky Panky, this cocktail from Death and Co’s newest tome adds in touches of banana, jamaican rum and eucalyptus to elevate the drink beyond the basics and spread the flavor wealth between the bitter-mint of the Fernet and some funky and banana flavors from the rum and liqueur. Created by Matthew Belanger in 2018, this cocktail was incredible, boozy in the best way, allowing the flavors to move seamlessly from front to back which, to me, marks a truly impeccable spec. I had never tried Plymouth Gin before and oh em gee do I love this bottle. Along with needing a refill on the Jamaican rum, I also grabbed the Banane du Bresil for this cocktail, which will probably be empty sooner rather than later cause it’s a total winner. Somehow Fernet holds back in this cocktail, content to play rhythm guitar instead of the over exuberant triangle soloist, but I love it even more for that. And the last of my Carpano Antica went to amazing use, vanilla notes melding perfectly with the other flavors. It’s not often I try to make a Death and Co to spec, but here I am over the moon that I did. Cheers to stirred and boozy perfection from a masterful mixologist! Ingredients: - Plymouth Gin - Carpano Antica Vermouth Instructions: Add all ingredients to a mixing glass and stir until chilled and diluted, about 20 seconds. Strain into a rocks glass over a large clear cube and garnish with a (sad) mint bouquet Communal,Spirit Forward,Bitters,Gin,Sweet Vermouth