With a name like “Wicked Strong,” this cocktail has to pack a wallop. Its namesake horse was born and raised in Boston, and while I have a hard time recommending any bourbon distilled outside Kentucky, it would be nice to utilize Amandine barrel-aged almond liqueur made at Boston’s own GrandTen Distilling for a basic almond-bourbon cocktail.
|1 1/2 oz. bourbon|
|1 oz. Amandine almond liqueur|
|2 dashes Fee Bros. Whiskey Bitters|
Preparation: How to make a Wicked Strong
- Mix in a highball glass with ice, stir gently. Garnish with lemon.