I tend to drink more in the fall. Maybe it’s the looming of my upcoming birthday, maybe it’s the slight chill in the air, hell, maybe it’s the pheromones in the air. For whatever reason, I enjoy throwing more than a couple back in September. The shift of season brings on richer, more full bodied cocktails with wonderfully rich spices and deviant amounts of booze… Just my style.
“Grow a Pear”
- 1.5 oz Sazerac Rye
- .5 oz Cinnamon Syrup
- .5 oz Fresh Lemon
- .25 oz Spiced Pear Shrub
- 2 Dashes Peychaud’s Bitters
Combine and Stir over ice and strain into a cocktail glass
- 1 oz Black Butte Porter
Hard shake into a foam and float on top.
Garnish with a Lemon Twist.
Shoot and make another, you’re going to want it.