1/2 oz Yellow Chartreuse
1/2 oz Combier Orange Liqueur
1 dash Angostura Bitters
Stir with ice and strain into a rocks glass.
Two Tuesdays ago, we stopped into Brick and Mortar for a nightcap. There, I asked bartender Kenny Belanger for the Franklin Bearse which Misty Kalkofen had created. I later asked Misty about the drink, and she described how she named it after a Cape Cod rum runner who died from a shotgun blast in 1932. The Lowell Sun wrote, "State police laid the slaying at the door of rum runners they believed had been using the garage as a storage place for liquor-laden trucks. The structure stands about 100 yards from the main highway in a rather isolated section a mile west of Hyannis." Misty also mentioned that she first put the drink on the menu the night that Jaime Bissonette was DJing at their weekly Spin the Bottle event.