This is my version of a drink by the same name served at the Andrew’s Bar and Grill in Dallas. Andrew’s, which is long gone, had a decent Cajun menu and a few good cocktails. It was generally filled with Yuppies and Dinks, (Double Income No Kids). I played around with the listed ingredients and came up with my version.

I originally used Bacardi 151, but I have found that Lemon Hart 151 works as well or better. The burnt caramel flavors of the Lemon Hart go really well with the Benedictine. Either way, it’s sure to warm your cockles.

  • 1 oz. B&B
  • ½ oz. 151 proof rum
  • ¼ oz. Tia Maria

Combine ingredients into a brandy snifter.