In 1927 in Paris, two American expatriates, Arthur Moss & Erskine Gwynne, founded the magazine the Boulevardier. To celebrate this launch Harry McElhone creates an eponymous cocktail.
The subtle blend of a single French malt, Pineau des Charentes and aromatic plants offers a nice alternative to the Negroni with these warm and aromatic notes.
You can keep your Boulevardier bottle in the fridge for it to be ready anytime. In an old fashioned glass, use large-size ice cube (the larger the ice cubs are, the less dilution they cause on the drink). Add the dose of your choice, between 5 and 8 cl, then pour your drink, your cocktail is ready!
You can add an orange peel for decoration.