Instructions

Stir, strain, up.

Notes

Dry Sherry is often taken to mean Fino, but Amontillado works here as well.

History

19th Century drink named after the longest running show on Broadway (up to that point)

Cocktail summary
Posted by bza on 12/09/2011
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authentic recipe
Reference

Savoy Cocktail Book (written as 2/3 and 1/3, but 2oz and 1oz works well)

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  • Nice option for something low in alcohol. — ★★★
  • Could sub for white wine. — ★★★
  • Made with manzanilla and Punt e Mes. Not bad, but not a great showcase for either ingredient. Bitters on the nose, Punt on the sip, sherry dryness on the swallow. Would probably work better with an amontillado and a less domi — ★★
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