Satan's Circus comes to us from the NoMad Hotel Bar which is located in the 'Tenderloin' neighborhood of New York. In the 19th century, this area was popularly called 'Satan's Circus' due to the concentration of saloons, bars, brothels, and the two cornerstones of the city's fine dining and craft cocktail culture: the great Delmonico's and Jerry Thomas' New York Bar. Thus, this cocktail definitely pays a homage to the history.
Satan's Circus is a simple concoction of rye whiskey, lime, chile-infused Aperol, and Heering Cherry Liqueur. This exquisite blend of fresh lemon juice and Heering Cherry Liqueur lends the rye whisky a tone of sweetness along with an added depth. The chile-infused Aperol adds the much needed kick and offers a sinfully subtle and spicy finish.
While chances are that you don't have any of these lying around, once you manage to get them,
You’ll need a coupe glass and…
4 tbsp rye whiskey
1.5 tbsp chile-infused Aperol
1.5 tbsp Heering Cherry Liqueur
1.5 tbsp lemon juice
Then you’ll have to…
Begin by combining the rye whiskey, Heering Cherry Liqueur, chile-infused Aperol, and fresh lemon juice in your cocktail shaker. After filling it with ice, cover, and shake for 30 seconds. Stop when the shaker is frosty. Strain into the glass.
Give your very own twist to it with a splash of Old Overholt Straight Rye Whiskey, Bulleit 95 Rye Small Batch Frontier Whiskey, or Sazerac 6 Year Old Straight Rye Whiskey.
Get ready to be begging for seconds as soon as you take the last sip of this fiery drink. Cheers!
When the Austrian maestro, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, composed a comic opera by the name of The Marriage of Figaro in 1786, he took inspiration from Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais’s 1784 play of the same name. Little did he know that it’d find a namesake in a suave whisky cocktail.
The Japanese Whiskey Highball is a cocktail that has baffled many over the last few decades, except the Japanese, of course. It is simple, yet highly sophisticated, using only three ingredients – whiskey, ice and sparkling water.
One might wonder how such a simple concoction can turn into something sophisticated, well, that’s exactly where the Japanese step in.
Get-togethers are incomplete without a bowl of fruity punch. How about adding a perfect twist to the quintessential party drink with some good ol’ bourbon?
Here’s a quick recipe for a Backwoods Bourbon Punch that’s fresh in terms of its essence, quick in its method, and great to get you tipsy.
Mix your Backwoods Bourbon Punch