- 1/2 oz of Demerara Syrup.
- 2 oz of Sazerac Rye.
- 3 dashes of Peychaud’s Bitters.
- Flamed Absinthe rinse.
- Lemon Peel Garnish.
- Using an Old Fashioned Glass.
- Starting with a misto bottle spray the Old Fashioned Glass with Absinthe fire.
- Place the remaining ingredients in a mixing glass in order listed above.
- Stir properly and double strain into rinsed Old Fashioned Glass.
- Garnish with Lemon Peel.
Preparation of Demerara Syrup:
- 2 to 1 ratio of Demerara granulated sugar by volume with water by volume.
- Bring to simmer (not boil) in a pot until sugar dissolves.
- Allow to cool and it is ready to use.
Will Escalante has been a regular of ours for years now. If you want a great cocktail, I strongly suggest you stop by The Bygone and ask for Will, he has never failed us. The Bygone is located in the The Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Baltimore, MD. It prides itself on fine cuisine and craft cocktails as well as its one of kind view of the Baltimore harbor.
- 1.5 oz. of Bluecoat Gin.
- 2 Fresh Blackberries.
- 2 Fresh slices of Jalapenos.
- Dash of Simple Syrup.
- .5 oz. of Lemon Juice.
- .75 oz. of Pimm’s Liqueur.
- Using an Old Fashioned Glass, add the Bluecoat Gin, Blackberries, Jalapenos & Simple Syrup.
- Then muddle the ingredients.
- Then add some ice.
- Add the Lemon Juice and Pimm’s Liqueur.
- Stir with Barspoon.
Our bartender in this video is Jessica Dupree of Bar Liquorice. Jessica is the bar manager at Bar Liquorice and you will be seeing more of her. Jessica’s knowledge behind the bar should put any customer at ease when they are seeking any style of beverage. She understands the nuances of blending alcohol, which should please any customer that walks through the door of Bar Liquorice.
This Signature Cocktail is sweet on the front and spicy in the back. The lemon juice gives it a slightly tart flavor under the sweet and spicy flavor. The Pimm’s Liqueur pulls everything together to give it a full bodied drink. The botanicals in the Bluecoat Gin are subtle and smooth.
- 1.25 oz. Old Grand Dad 80.
- .75 oz. Patrón Citrónge.
- 1.5 oz. of Lemon Juice.
- Add ice to mixing glass or shaker.
- Add the ingredients in the order listed above.
- Using a bar spoon stir.
- Strain into an Old Fashioned Glass.
Bar Liquorice, well what do I write that has already not been written. This place is a corner bar in Federal Hill, that does not feel like your corner bar. Everything about it is well done and the detail put into everything from the ambiance, cocktails and food lets you know every dollar spent is well spent. Shaun who serves the cocktails, also creates the cocktails and many of the ingredients used for his cocktails. Jeff Cahill the owner and chef takes great pride in the service, ambiance and food served. There is not one detail that is missed.
The Sidecar is an old school classic Cognac cocktail. This version has an American twist to it, with the bourbon, which makes the cocktail easier on the palate