Stir and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
From other users
- Excellent. Split the sweet vermouth between dry and Punt e Mes for a lovely off-dry balance.
- Good, and worth making again. Used punt e mes and shook given notes from others about sweetness. The punt e mes really dominated, maybe chill less or try a different vermouth. Still good though!
- A bit bitter, but tasty
- Wow, so aromatic and herbaceous. A touch sweet, but subbing in some dry vermouth helps and adds to the fragrance. Great drink, and maybe worth experimenting with different amaros.
- Herbaceous, slightly bitter, a very nice drink. There is a dark side to this drink, the where the Cynar and marachino meet, an explained story. Must try with Punt e Mes, might make the story a little more interesting.
- Just made this and I love it
- Split sweet vermouth with cochi americano, used slightly less luxardo, and substituted cherry for orange bitter. Truly a well rounded cocktail with upfront herbal flavors and lingering vanilla, carmel, etc. Used old Tom gin.
- One of my favorite go-to drinks!
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