The Paper Plane, a Sam Ross original cocktail, was the inspiration for PostModern’s Black Box. Based on the lightly smoke forward American Single Malt Whiskey from PostModern and two PostModern Spirits’ Amari, Italian style bitter liqueurs, The Black Box is a booze forward, whiskey-cocktail lovers delight. Balanced with citrus from a Lemon Oleo Saccharum a wonderful citrus addition to the home bar to elevate your cocktail game like the professionals.

Glass:

Coupe

Ingredients:

1.25 ounce PostModern Spirits American Single Malt Whiskey
1 ounce PostModern Spirits Amaro Artemisia
0.75 ounce PostModern Spirits Amaro Arancia
0.25 ounce Lemon Oleo Saccharum

Garnish:

Lemon Twist

Method:

Shake all ingredients with ice and double strain into a chilled cocktail coupe.

Tasting Notes:

Booze forward with complex, dry notes from the Single Malt Whiskey & Amari and balanced with the Oleo Citrus

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