Millenium Falcon Manhattan

April 15, 2021

We've teamed up with Wyoming Whiskey to support The National Park Foundation through a virtual auction celebrating Wyoming’s majestic wide open spaces and National Parks.

WIDE OPEN SPACES AUCTION: April 16-20, 2021

The auction includes four bespoke bottles of Wyoming Whiskey’s new Wide Open Spaces Collection, art directed by Harrison Ford, in collaboration with photographer Tuck Fauntleroy and artist Jamison Sellers. Other items in the auction line up include items from High Camp Flasks, REI, Columbia, Yeti, Nature Valley and more with all proceeds going to the National Park Foundation to preserve wild lands.

Inspired by the auction art director - Harrison Ford - we used our Wyoming Whiskey to make this drink as an ode to his character Han Solo's famous Star Wars ship.

MILLENIUM FALCON MANHATTAN

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

• 2oz / 14 oz Wyoming straight bourbon whiskey
• 0.5 / 4 oz Sweet Vermouth
 0.5 / 4 oz Braulio Amaro (herbal amaro)
• 2-3 Dashes of angostura bitters

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass. Add ice and stir. Strain into your Firelight 350 or 750. Serve up or on the rocks. Garnish with a maraschino cherry.

 

 


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