1⁄2 oz Strega (or Yellow Chartreuse)
Instructions

Shake, strain, rocks, lowball glass

Notes

The apricot was originally in Armenia in ancient times. A complex, interesting Margarita variation.

Cocktail summary
Armenita
©2010 Kindred Cocktails
Posted by Dan on 11/08/2010
Created by
Dan Chadwick
Year
2010
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  • Dry and a little disappointingly like a normal margarita. Made w/ Strega. Yellow Chartreuse would be a very different drink. — ★★
  • Needs more body, less lime — ★★★
  • A little scant on Apricot. — ★★★
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Comments
mako commented on 12/17/2020:

I agree with the individual notes that this is a little heavy on the lime and light on the Apricot and/or Strega. As written up, the result is just not that different a "normal" margarita which is too bad, given the interesting other ingredients.