A PostModern Spirits riff on the Boulevardier Cocktail. The Man About the Old City replaces the Campari and Sweet Vermouth in a traditional Boulevardier with PostModern Spirits wormwood bittered Amaro Artemisia and the botanically driven PostModern Spirits Chamomile Liqueur. This stirred cocktail is simple in execution but has an amazingly complex depth of flavor from the rye, amaro & liqueur.

Glass:

Rocks

Ingredients:

1 ounce PostModern Spirits Hi, Rye Whiskey
1 ounce PostModern Spirits Amaro Artemisia
1 ounce PostModern Spirits Chamomile Liqueur
Dropper of Instafoam Vegan Egg White

Garnish:

Lemon Twist

Method:

Stir all ingredients with ice until chilled & diluted. Strain over large cube in rocks glass.

Tasting Notes:

Booze forward with sweet & floral botanical finish

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