2 oz Aperol
1⁄2 oz Galliano (Autentico)
1⁄4 oz Herbal liqueur, Yellow Chartreuse
1⁄4 oz Ginger-Honey Syrup
1 oz Egg white (or 3 drops of InstaFoam)
Instructions

Add all ingredients to a shaker (unless using egg white or aquafaba; then dry shake first). Shake vigorously for 8 seconds. Double strain into an Old fashioned glass with a large ice cube. Garnish with half an orange slice

Notes

For the syrup: bring 340g honey, 75g peeled and thinly sliced ginger, and 350 ml water to a gentle simmer (do not boil, only allow light steam to generate) until honey dissolves. chill overnight with the ginger inside. Strain

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Posted by EranS on 12/27/2019
Created by
Eran Shifferman
Year
2019
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Comments
jb3689 commented on 4/13/2022:

Brilliant. Exactly what I was looking for in an Aperol sour. The Galliano and Yellow Chartreuse add some welcome complexity. I craze a bit more body, but this went down so easily. Used 1:1 demerara instead of the ginger-honey, but I'd love to try the ginger-honey. Added to my home menu