Ampersand Cocktail

1 oz Cognac
1 oz Old Tom Gin
1 oz Sweet vermouth
2 ds Orange bitters
Instructions
Stir; strain; up.
History
Appears in The Old Waldorf Astoria Bar Book (1935) as two dashes orange bitters, equal parts brandy, tom gin, and Italian vermouth, and two dashes curaçao on top.
From other users
  • Made with tea-infused M&R. Would probably be worth trying with Carpano Antica. — ☆☆☆
  • MUST TRY
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1 Comment

Ransom, Remy and Carpano

Ransom, Remy and Carpano Antica -- while these great tastes should taste great together, this drink is missing an acid component that a couple of extra shots of bitters can't help.  I have dry Curaçao but I'm not sure that would do the trickk