All Good Things

1 12 oz Rye, Rittenhouse 100
34 oz Añejo rum, Flor de Caña 7
1 14 oz Sweet vermouth, Carpano
14 oz Yellow Chartreuse
1 ds Fernet Branca
4 ds Peychaud's Bitters
Stir all ingredients over ice; strain into chilled coupe; garnish with orange twist.
From other users
  • Light on Fernet. Strong drink — ☆☆☆☆☆
  • Substituted suze for the yellow chartreuse. — ☆☆☆☆
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1 Comment

A great drink, but one that

A great drink, but one that is heafty in taste; after all, look at the ingredients--rye whiskey (100 proof), anejo tequila (80 proof), and yellow chartreuese (80 proof). The other ingredients add their own distinctive tastes, even though only a small amount is used (except for the sweet vermouth). Fortunately, all of these ingredients blend together well. But for me, the lynch pin of this cocktail was the orange twist (I used a fair amount); its taste overcame much of the bitterness that would have been there without orange twist. I believe All Good Things makes one of those excellent before dinner cocktails.