On a recent weekend in NYC we stopped by Analogue in Greenwich Village (after a great dinner at Amelie across the street) and asked the bartender to make us something with bourbon and a hint of sweetness. He asked us a few more questions, and what we ended up with was his own take of a Pêche Bourbon.
After we got home, we wanted to try and replicate what we’d had. And while it wasn’t exactly like what he’d made us, it was close and something we could definitely play around with to perfect.
The recipe we found to test is from Food Network and didn’t disappoint.
- 1 large brown sugar cube
- 3 dashes bitters (recommended: Pechaud’s)
- 3 dashes peach bitters
- 4 ounces peach infused bourbon (we like to use Bulliet Bourbon)
- 1/4 ounce peach liqueur
- 1 mint leaf, for garnish
Now, you’ll want to like bourbon before trying this drink, but if you do I highly recommend finding the ingredients and testing it out. If you have any tricks of your own for this drink, let us know by commenting below.