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2 oz Añejo tequila
12 oz Aperol
14 oz Campari
14 oz Cynar
1 twst Orange peel
Stir with cracked ice and served in a chilled coupe. Garnish with an Orange Twist.
I wanted to make a drink called the "Magic 8 Ball" but had no 8 year spirits. I came up with this instead.
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  • Possibly a little too sweet, but Campari present and under control. — ☆☆☆
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1 Comment

Jim Beam Black  is aged 8

Jim Beam Black  is aged 8 years. But it's a bourbon, so if you want to stay with a tequila, you'll have to continue looking around. I'm sure there's one out there with the ever increasing brands of añejo tequila hitting the market. And there's always Google, too, to aide your search! Good luck in your quest.