The New Seelbach Day 17 with Denning's Point Whiskey and Lenz Cuvee

 The Seelbach Cocktail
named after and created in 1917 by the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.
Later on it fell into obscurity during Prohibition.
Revived in 1995 and published for posterity (by Gary Reagan)
but I have decided to kick it up a notch 
and switch it up.
Whiskey instead of Bourbon from
Denning's Point Whiskey (104 proof!!),
 distilled locally in Beacon, NY. 
And the bubbles are from 
Lenz Winery on the North Fork of Long Island. 

The NEW Seelbach
1 oz Dennings Point Distillery Whiskey
.5 oz Cointreau
7 dashes Angostura bitters
7 dashes Peychaud bitters
Stir Whiskey, Cointreau and bitters briefly over ice.
  Strain into a Champagne flute
 and top with Lenz Winery Cuvee

 Garnish with an orange twist.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What a lovely cocktail. Great flavor compliments to the amazing Beacon Whiskey!