3⁄4 oz Aperol
3⁄4 oz Dry vermouth
1 sli Strawberry
Instructions

Shake and strain into coupe. Garnish with strawberry.

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  • Added tequila. Used strawberry syrup. Perfectly fine! — ★★★
  • very sweet — ★★
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Comments
Dan commented on 11/07/2011:

I googled and this drink is all over the web, on every craptail website just about everywhere. Pages and pages. I can't find any reference to where it came from. Has anyone actually had it? With the doubled-up orange flavors and that much sweet for the vermouth to lean out, it doesn't sound promising to me. I also don't understand the logic behind the garnish.


bza commented on 11/07/2011:

I made this last night, but subbed out the aperol, cointreau, and dry vermouth for about 2oz of Willett Rye, and instead of a strawberry garnish, I used nothing.

It was awesome.



1.5 ounces strawberry juce, 1/2oz Cinzano Bianco, 1/2oz Aperol, 1/2oz lime juice, 1/2oz Cointreau. Still foul. In a girly vacation sort of way. Needs an umbrella, a whiff of Coppertone and a topless beach.