Stockyard (Oklahoma)

Renée **II**


Thanks to its association with the world’s largest cattle market, Oklahoma City is often affectionately referred to as “Cow-Town.” So, naturally, the best way to embody all those stomping hooves in a cocktail is to start with hearty bourbon.

Disclaimer: Cheers is featuring cocktails from each of the 50 states as well as The District of Colombia. These are not my personal recipes, but some I have found on line and occasionally the ingredients are unfamiliar to me. Thought it would be fun to drink like a native whenever we travel.

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2 oz. bulleit bourbon (or any other dry 90 proof bourbon)
¾ oz. carpano antica vermouth
½ oz. creme de mure (blackberry liqueur, not blackberry brandy)
1 dash fee bros. old fashioned bitters


1Combine all ingredients into a mixing glass with ice.
2Stir until well chilled.
3Strain and pour over new ice in a double rocks glass, garnish with a lemon twist.

About this Recipe

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