In case you're not already in the know, it's Tiki Month over at the Pegu Blog. While not your normal kind of tiki, this variation on the Kingston Negroni supplements it with a very tropical combination of ingredients like falernum, Don's Spices, and Angostura bitters. A dressed up tiki, if you will.
1.5 oz aged rum
0.5 oz sweet vermouth
0.25 oz Aperol
1 tsp dark falernum
1 tsp Don's Spices #2
2 dashes Angostura bitters
The nose is full of spice and bitterness, rounded by healthy doses of vanilla and caramel. The sip begins smoothly, with sweetness and bitter spices growing in tandem, riding over a bed of rum. The bitter notes finally begin to dominate on the finish, with the Angostura bitters and falernum getting the upper hand.
Wonjo Agujjim (Seoul, March 2023)
5 hours ago
No allspice dram, despite the picture?ReplyDelete
It went into the Don's Spices #2. Despite the link, I make my own from homemade vanilla syrup and allspice dram.Delete
The drink looks awesome! the recipe sounds tasty, i`m gonna this one tonight when i get home from work. And i love the garnish! well done.ReplyDelete