Ranch Hand

June 08, 2020

A spin on a Gold Rush from the farmers + distillers at Frey Ranch

Single Serving/Firelight 750

  • 1.5oz/12.5oz Frey Ranch Bourbon
  • 0.75oz/6.75oz Fresh Lemon Juice
  • 0.5oz/4.5oz Honey Syrup (see below)
  • 1 Dash/ 9 Dashes Angostura Bitters

Build all ingredients in a shaker. Add ice, shake, and strain into a rocks glass. Serve over ice with a fresh lemon peel.

Honey Syrup - Combine 2 parts hot water with 1 part honey. Stir until the honey is completely dissolved.

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