|1 1⁄4||oz||Bourbon, Bulleit|
|1 1⁄4||oz||Sloe gin|
Stir (or shake), strain, straight up, coupe
Robert Hess recommends Bulleit bourbon. Use good sloe gin, such as Plymouth.
From other users
- Accessible. LIke a sloe berry whiskey sour. A touch sour. Maybe reduce lemon a bit, or add 1/4 oz simple. Used Bulleit rye.
- Added 1/4 oz simple per comments. Good as I made it, undoubtedly still better with better sloe gin than I used. Could be a good holiday variant of a whiskey sour.
- I added a (lean) 1/4 oz of simple and I think it's great. Super well balanced and nice depth. I used an older bottle of Old Forester Signature Bourbon, which is a great choice for this.
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