Confessions of a Mixologist: Minneapolis Hustler
The taste of bourbon is a bit too austere for some. Fret not; there are some wonderful cocktails that can soften it up a bit. One such example is the Minneapolis Hustler. This cocktail has much in common with a classic cocktail from years past known as the Oriental Cocktail. It's an interesting mix of citrus, sweet and sour with a touch of subtle herbaceousness to boot.
- 2 oz Bourbon
- 1 oz Sweet Vermouth
- 1 oz Orange Curacao
- 1/2 oz fresh lime juice
Pour into iced shaker, shake and strain over ice cube in a rocks glass.
Roger Adamson is in charge of Beer Marketing and Education at Binny's. Roger is both a homebrewer and mixologist.
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