- 2 oz. Hillrock Solera Aged Bourbon
- 1 oz. Atxa Pacharán Sierra de Orduña
- ½ oz. Axta Vino Vermouth Rojo
- 5 dashes of Campari from a bitters bottle
- 2 dashes Regan's Orange Bitters
- 1 dash Angostura Bitters
Wipe a chilled old fashioned or coupe with orange slice and discard. Stir and strain ingredients into glass. Squeeze oil from an orange zest and discard.
This is our office variation of Cocktail Buzz’s “Pacharán Manhattan” from their blog post "New Spirits Inspire Some Classic Cocktail Updates".
Atxa harvests wild sloe berries for their Pacharán from hillsides around the Artomaña river valley. Hillrock makes a Solera Aged Bourbon from the Hudson River Valley. We named the drink Lamiñan after the spirits that protect the streams, rivers, and springs in Basque mythology and to pay homage to the two river valleys where these products originate.
In the Press
Jon Bonné of PUNCH posts this month's "Crib Sheet: Your Guide to the Red Wines of Galicia" with some tasting recommendations.
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