1/2 oz S. Maria al Monte Amaro
1/2 oz Tahitian Vanilla Bean Syrup
1/4 oz Cream
Shake one round without ice and one round with; strain into a cocktail glass.
For my second drink at No. 9 Park, I asked bartender Ted Kilpatrick if he had any flip ideas, for his egg drinks, such the Orinoco and the "Mokulele Flip" (our name for it), have been inventive and spot on. The drink Ted pulled out of his bag of tricks was another yet-to-be-named one that was inspired by the Toronto. For the whiskey component, he chose the lightly aged oat one from High West that Todd Maul introduced to me, and for a liqueur, he used the Fernet-like S. Maria Almonte that Scott Holliday first brought to my attention.