Raindog

Tom Waits' Jockey tries to make a Singapore Sling
2 oz Gin, Beefeater
1 oz Bourbon, Wild Turkey
12 oz Campari
2 oz Pomegranate juice
2 oz Orange juice
12 oz Lime juice
1 ds Bitters, Angostura
1 ds Peychaud's Bitters
1 wdg Lime
Instructions
Stir well with ice cubes in a chilled shaker, then pour unstrained into a Collins glass, splash with cold club soda. Garnish with lime.
Notes
Improves with increased gin, bourbon, & bitters as the album plays on.
History
Inspired by the 1985 record when a fellow cardplayer asked for a Sling while in a dry town on the Jersey shore without cherry, brandy, Benedictine or Cointreau..
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2 Comments

Zachary Pearson's picture

Curated this: Removed fresh

Curated this: Removed fresh squeezed from the juices. We trust that you're going to use them, really.

Thanks,

Zachary

Refernce to another drink of

Refernce to another drink of the same name notes- “The Bourbon anchors the cocktail, the Amaro Diesus adds aroma and Angostura bitters gives it complexity.” But can't locate the recipe or Marie Celeste’s Carlos Madriz.