Mediterranean Evening in Fall

Rich Orange and nutty digestif...full bodied with a floral hint
34 oz Gin
12 oz Rye, Redemption
14 oz Bigallet China-China
14 oz Walnut Liqueur
14 oz Amaro Nardini
14 oz Amaro
Instructions
Stir all ingredients in a mixing glass with ice
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1 Comment

Serve as a digestif with a

Serve as a digestif with a dessert with mint and nuts, pistachios, or walnuts.  Orange is obviously great in the dessert.  You could substitute an amaretto for the Nocino.  I havent done it, though I believe that it would work.  I used St. George Terroir as the gin, and Amara Amaro for the amaro.