Early 20th century version of this classic cocktail
Stir all well with crushed ice (except lemon peel). Strain into chilled cocktail glass. Rub rim with lemon peel, squeeze over top.
If desired, also add lemon peel as garnish.
Modified from "The Standard Bartender's Guide", PG Duffy, first published in 1934
|Created by||Antoine Peychaud, early 1800's, but changed from brandy to rye whiskey in 1870 by Leon Lamothe|
|Reference||"The Standard Bartender's Guide", PG Duffy, Revised by James Beard, Permabook, 1962|
|Posted by||kc59 on 09/22/2013|
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Love this. Had it recently in New Orleans where the drink was first invented.
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