Home Bar Project: How to Make a Gold Rush
Have you ever dreamed of having an amazing home bar, filled with bottles you actually use and the tools you need to execute a fine crafted cocktail? Enter the Home Bar Project. Through this series we are going to take this challenge piece by piece. We’ll teach you the proper techniques and make sure the spirits you purchase aren’t collecting dust on your back bar.
This week: How to Make a Gold Rush
The gold rush is a modern twist on the whiskey sour that we covered in a previous week. The addition of honey adds a rich depth of flavor that works perfect with whiskey. Feel free to get creative with your choice of honey. We like orange blossom, but a darker honey like buckwheat would work great as well.
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About the instructor:
Dan Lan Hamm is a craft bartender at 1 Tippling Place in Philadelphia. He was Pennsylvania's winner of Bombay Sapphire and GQ's Most Imaginative Bartender Competition in 2014. He runs Spirit Forward, a cocktail-centric group which caters local events and provides educational workshops.
Photos by The Drink Nation
Tags: Bourbon, Cocktails, Spirits
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