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A Spontaneous Libation for your Consideration

Siete Cocktail

Posted by profondeur. Created by Drew Lucido, Nixta, St-Louis MO.
1 1⁄2 oz Tequila, Ocho Reposado
3⁄4 oz Cappelletti Aperitivo
3⁄4 oz Salers Gentiane

Stir, strain, up


Right up my alley - bitter & grapefruit being among my faves

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5 stars
Average rating
4.5 stars
(7 ratings)

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Recent Discussion

  • Re Italian Manhattan, 7 hours ago Shawn C commented:

    Good and certainly not objectionable, but more a 3 than a 4. Bourbon makes this more of a spirit heavy boulevardier riff than black Manhattan riff (rye), although the wormwood bitterness and citrus zest of the Montenegro (plus lemon twist) provide more bitter balance than one might expect from the bourbon base. I admit I am not as keen on Montenegro's floral character compared to other amari.

    I didn't shake this, the lack of citrus juice would contraindicate doing so.

  • Re Passion Chartreuse, 18 hours ago JesusWithTits commented:

    Excellent, herbal, funky, fruity. Used passion fruit syrup cause I had no pulp and it's still great.

  • Re Forest Murmurs, 1 day ago RoofWood commented:

    Skipped agave syrup, subbed mossy Oaxacan forest mist spray (from Shaker and Sppon) for Douglas fir eat de vie, and subbed dry curaçao for the blue stuff. The Del Maguey seemed to flatten it our a bit so I added a squeeze of lime which worked for me.

  • Re Bee's Knees, 1 day ago jaygolds commented:

    3/4oz + of Honey Syrup

  • Re A Forest, 2 days ago Shawn C commented:

    The slightly mossy gray/green is what I get with R&W Creme de Violette and St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram that I used. The 1/2 oz total of floral components (violet and elderflower) turns the drink into "A Florist" more than "A Forest" though. It isn't unpleasant, but the floral components dominate. Maybe cutting them to a barspoon each and adding some Zirbenz or Douglas Fir eau de vie would shift the balance?