Barrel Aged Whitehook Cocktail
Created by the former Milk & Honey bartender Enzo Errico, the Redhook Cocktail has become a modern day classic. Using Headlong White Dog Whiskey from Woodinville Whiskey Co., Jamie concocts a variation on the Redhook he calls the Whitehook. Barrel aged for almost three months, Jamie prefers to drink and serve the resulting liqueur straight without dilution.
How to Make a Barrel Aged Whitehook Cocktail
1 part Punt e Mes
1/2 part Maraschino liqueur
Add all ingredients to a prepared barrel from Woodinville Whiskey Co.
Let age for 1 to 3 months depending on ingredients.
Taste test every week to evaluate.
When properly aged, filter through cheese cloth to remove particulates.
Store in tightly sealed glass containers.