Instructions

Shake with ice, strain in to chilled coupe.
No garnish needed.

Notes

Chalfonte VSOP Cognac is a great choice for this cocktail.

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Year
2012
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  • A bit too sour and pear got lost so I upped the eau de vie to 1 1/2 ish. I guess similar effect would be to lower lemon and cognac to 3/4 for less boozy variation. Still nice either way. — ★★★★
  • Used Hudson Valley small batch pear brandy. I felt it needed just a little extra lemon juice to brighten it up — ★★★
  • Terrific pear flavor. — ★★★★★
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Comments

Made with St George Pear Brandy, Pierre Ferrand 1840 and Combier Triple Sec. Divine. Like rich pear drops with a satisfying alcoholic warmth that lingers. Perfect accentuation of a beautiful pear note. 


Used Raynal VSOP brandy instead of cognac, and Hudson Valley small batch distilled pear brandy (80proof). I felt it benefited from 1.5 oz lemon juice to brighten it up a bit.