- .75oz bourbon (I used Eagle Rare)
- .75oz apple brandy or applejack (I had Laird’s on hand)
- .25oz Smith&Cross rum (only sub with another Jamaican if you must; otherwise you’ll miss out on the funkiness/”hogo” that really makes this cocktail shine)
- .25oz Green Chartreuse
- 1tsp cinnamon syrup
- 1tsp vanilla syrup
Stir over ice and strain, garnish with an orange twist.
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The recipe combines 4 *very* different spirits, which somehow just WORK together in a miraculous way! The end masterpiece presents a cocktail that you can really taste the flavors in each individual component, yet somehow harmoniously blends together with a flavor greater than the sum of its parts.