3/4 oz Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaçao
3/4 oz Nardini Amaro
Stir with ice and strain into a coupe glass.
For my second drink at the Hawthorne, I asked bartender Katie Emmerson if she had been working on any drinks. She replied that she had a companion to Joaquin Simo's Naked and Famous. Her drink was not so much a successor to Joaquin's mezcal drink, but more of a musical one. My notes are a little fuzzy on this, but Katie mentioned the Joaquin's drink about being naked and famous was based off of a song from the 1990's trip-hop group Tricky; the part in Tricky's song "Tricky Kid" in question borrows the chorus from the The Presidents of the United States of America song "Naked And Famous." When Katie mentioned to Jackson Cannon how people think that Simo's drink is named after the more recent group called Naked and Famous, she decided to name a drink after one of their songs from 2010 called "Young Blood."