Larceny Rickey (Washington D.C.)

Renée G.

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@ReneeCooks

After a summer of cocktails filled with fruit and juice and sparking something or another and of course tequila, when the weather and our thoughts turn to fall, the cocktails start to transition as well. I seem to do more classic cocktails in the fall and winter; times when bourbon seems more at home and a warmer, more, full-bodied drink is appropriate.

Larceny Bourbon is from a small batch distiller in Kentucky. Larceny carries on the tradition of John E. Fitzgerald Bourbons with wheat as the secondary grain instead of the traditional rye.


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Serves:

1

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Ingredients

2 lime wheels for bottom of glass
¼ oz. grade-b maple syrup
1 oz. lime juice
1½ oz. larceny bourbon
club soda
lime wheels for garnish

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Put two lime wheels in a highball glass and fill the glass with ice.
2
Combine the maple syrup, lime juice and bourbon in a shaker and shake until thoroughly combined.
3
Pour over ice in glass and then fill with club soda. Stir briefly to combine.
4
Top with more lime wheels for garnish.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cocktails
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: American