First served in 1924 at the storied Harry’s New York Bar in Paris, the Scofflaw is cheekily named for those who illegally imbibed stateside during Prohibition. The drink takes a whiskey sour template and subs in grenadine for regular syrup, then adds a split measure of dry and blanc vermouth.
Our version includes:
+ Templeton Rye (750 ml)
+ Liber and Co. Grenadine (8.5 oz)
+ Dolin Dry Vermouth (375 ml)
+ Dolin Blanc Vermouth (375 ml)
+ Recipe card.
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