This is cold weather update for the traditional Manhattan Cocktail. By substituting an apple cinnamon shrub, Oolong Tea & Honey Syrup for the traditional sweet vermouth, PostModern Spirits has hit a seasonal adaptation that is sure to please even the most discriminating whiskey palate.

Glass:

Rocks with cube or try serving up in a coupe

Ingredients:

2 ounce PostModern Spirits American Single Malt Whiskey
0.5 ounce Apple Cinnamon Shrub
0.5 ounce Oolong Tea Syrup
0.5 ounce Honey Syrup
0.5 ounce PostModern Spirits Chamomile Liqueur

Garnish:

Dehydrated Apple / Tart Cherry Syrup Rim

Method:

Shake ingredients with ice and strain onto big cube in a rocks glass with tart cherry syrup rim.

Tasting Notes:

A dry malt whiskey backbone carries the honey sweetened apple shrub

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