Devil In A Blue Dress
The name Devil's Cut signals the opposite of the Angel’s Share, the whiskey that evaporates from barrels as they are aging. After the barrel is dumped for bottling, some bourbon is left soaked into the wood. Jim Beam extracts this whiskey from the wood and adds it to the bourbon it bottles as the Devil’s Cut.
2 oz Jim Beam Devil’s Cut
1 oz Triple Sec
2 oz Ocean Spray blueberry juice
Shake over ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a large orange wedge.
From The Kentucky Bourbon Cocktail Book and More Kentucky Bourbon Cocktails, both by Joy Perrine and Susan Reigler.