A Delicious Variation on a Manhattan Cocktail Made With Taylor Garrett’s Rum Rye Whiskey
Rum Rye Suburban
Variation on the Old Waldorf-Astoria Bar Book recipe, update by Evan Rothrock
Rarely does one see a combination of ingredients as curious as the Suburban… Rye lovers gravitate towards a spicy profile for their cocktails. Port is a rare addition to any cocktail, due to a sweetness that’s challenging to balance.
So, the Suburban is something of an “outside shot”. Fitting then, since according to the Old Waldorf-Astoria Bar Book, the Suburban was created to celebrate the perpetual wins of racehorse enthusiast, James Keene.
If you’re intrigued by Taylor Garrett and their Rum Rye innovation, learn more here because they’ve got much more in store for you!
Let’s Get Stirrin’
Special Tools: Jigger, Strainer,
1.5 oz Taylor Garrett Rum Rye
0.5 oz ruby port
3 dashes orange bitters
3 dashes aromatic bitters
- Combine all ingredients in mixing vessel.
- Add ice and stir (with excitment!) for 20 seconds.
- Strain into a rocks glass with one large ice cube.
- Garnish with a strip of orange zest and a cocktail cherry.
But will I like it?
Cocktail flavor profile
So before you break out that barware and buy the key ingredients, here’s a little guidance on what to expect from this cocktail so you can start to hone in on exactly what elements of cocktails you enjoy and which you’d prefer to minimize. This helps you order new cocktails you love when you’re out on the town better as well!
Let us know what you discover, or if you would have rated it differently in the comments below…