Atwater Alley's Deadly Angel Makes a Devil of Us All

This drink gives the term "angel's share" a new meaning.EXPAND
This drink gives the term "angel's share" a new meaning.
Susie Oszustowicz
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Atwater Alley in Henry's Majestic is a dark space that seems to bring a little devil out of anyone. Luckily, they're still making drinks for us that are heavenly. Their Drunken Angel is unique because it uses Japanese whisky (thank you, God) and  brings together five different boozy elements to make a devilishly good drink.

The bigger threat? It doesn't taste as dangerous as it is ...

2 oz Nikka Coffey Grain Whisky
1/2 oz Amaro Montenegro
1/2 oz Kina L'Avion D'Or
1/4 oz Dolin Blanc Vermouth
2 dashes orange bitters
Barspoon demerara sugar

Atwater Alley, 4900 McKinney Ave., atwateralley.com

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