Named after a song by Colombian singer Maluma, this spirit-forward mixture combines bourbon, aged rum, Pedro Ximénez sherry and a splash of peated whisky. Despite its spirituous construction, Michael Aredes describes the drink as “crushable and delicious.”
- 1 ounce bourbon, preferably Elijah Craig
- 1 ounce rum, preferably Santa Teresa 1796
- 1/2 ounce Pedro Ximénez sherry, preferably Lustau
- 1 scant bar spoon Scotch whisky, preferably Laphroaig 10 Year
- 4 drops Bittermens ‘Elemakule Tiki bitters
Garnish: banana leaf, orange twist
- Insert a banana leaf into the glass and trim so that it is flush with the rim.
- Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass and stir until chilled.
- Strain over a large cube into a rocks glass.
- Express the orange peel over the drink, then insert into the glass.