Instructions

Stir, strain, up.

History

Winner of ShakeStir's September 14/15 New York Flash Competition with the theme "Sherry."

Cocktail summary
Created by
Sean Muller, Dram, Brooklyn, NY.
Year
2013
Is an
authentic recipe
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Average
4 stars
(21 ratings)
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  • after dinner sweet tooth sipper — ★★★★
  • looks interesting!
  • very niace, used vida and rum fire, played very well with the sherry. MAybe cut back sherry(too sweet)
  • Try with East India Solera — ★★★
  • needs to have the sherry balanced — ★★★
  • Unusual and quite good. Used Alvear Cream Sherry (ximenez). Managed to be dry, rich and boozy at the same time. — ★★★★
  • 'twas a bit too sweet for my taste, reducing the Ximénez to 1/2 oz and using 1/2 oz of East India solera dried it out a bit. — ★★★★
  • Good. Used El Maestro Sierra PX and was not too sweet - actually added a bit more sherry as it was a bit lost initially. — ★★★★
  • Delicious, complex. Perhaps a tad sweet for our taste (may depend on the sweetness of the PX Sherry(We used a different PX sherry)), but I quibble. Will certainly make again. — ★★★★
  • Complex, smoky, brown sugary, interesting. — ★★★★
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Comments

We made it strictly according to the recipe: at that sweetness, perhaps better as dessert drink than aperitif. (Spouse says, though: No sweeter than a Manhattan.)  We’ll try with slightly less PX Sherry.  Rich & balanced: all the flavors come through.