Hot Bourbon, Tapas Adela

<b>How to Make a Hot Bourbon</b><br><br>

1 jalapeno (4 slices)<br><br>

Jalapeno simple syrup<br><br>

11/2 oz. Bulleit Bourbon<br><br>

1 oz. Tamarind juice<br><br>

1/2 oz. club soda<br><br>

Muddle jalapeno and simple syrup together in a glass; add ice. Pour Bulleit Bourbon and Tamarind juice together, stir; top with club soda.<br><br>

The hot bourbon is perfect for warming up a cold night in Fell's Point. Tapas Adela's manager Neil Dundee and bartender Jay Calvert came up with it on a whim. "We took as many fresh ingredients, lined them up across the bar and after five hours we came up with this. We wanted to make a Manhattan that wasn't a Manhattan."<br><br>

Read more about the cocktail <a href="http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/bthesite/bs-b-drink-0921-20110921,0,6944416.story"target=(new)>here.</a>

( Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun / February 15, 2012 )

How to Make a Hot Bourbon

1 jalapeno (4 slices)

Jalapeno simple syrup

11/2 oz. Bulleit Bourbon

1 oz. Tamarind juice

1/2 oz. club soda

Muddle jalapeno and simple syrup together in a glass; add ice. Pour Bulleit Bourbon and Tamarind juice together, stir; top with club soda.

The hot bourbon is perfect for warming up a cold night in Fell's Point. Tapas Adela's manager Neil Dundee and bartender Jay Calvert came up with it on a whim. "We took as many fresh ingredients, lined them up across the bar and after five hours we came up with this. We wanted to make a Manhattan that wasn't a Manhattan."

Read more about the cocktail here.

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