Alex Jaimes Social State House mixology for the Backroom Mob cocktail was the Los Angeles Times Destination Cocktail in today's Saturday section. The cocktail reveals the unique character of an early Los Angeles culture. As with any spirit there is a lasting character that cannot be rescinded when it is part of the fabric of life here.

After studying this mixology for a couple days I revised the recipe to include High West Bourbon (instead of Bulleit) but either may be good.Twist and splash of lemon instead of lime (for some reason the lime was too bitter) and a few drop of honey. The St. Germain elderberry makes it special as does the mint (mentha). I chilled the mixology for a couple minutes over ice before serving.

  • 3 mint leaves
  • 1/2 ounce elderflower liqueur, preferably St. Germain
  • 1/2 ounce lime juice (I use lemon with twist)
  • 2 ounces bourbon, preferably Bulleit (or High West)
  • Soda

http://recipes.latimes.com/recipe-backroom-mob/
 


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12/27/2015 11:51pm

Nice recipe! Good cocktail I guess.

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06/15/2016 3:04pm

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