Today we’ll show you how to make the Armande, a drink with bourbon and rum with a bit of cacao and spice.
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The Armande turns out pretty well for a drink recipe that doesn’t have any additional sugar. Of course, the creme de cacao subs in for the sugar in this drink and offers just a tad bit of nuanced sweetness that goes beyond basic sugar in a cocktail recipe.
Bringing higher proof bourbon together with an aged rum is a fine drink recipe for the season. A bit of a winter warmer that still brings rum together with a bit of heat and spice.
• 1 oz Overproof Bourbon Whiskey
• 1 oz Jamaican Aged Rum
• ¼ oz Crème de Cacao
• 2 Dashes Mole bitters
• 1 Pinch Salt
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