Black Hyper-Graph

Consider each black spirit a node - consider Mezcal the single arc. Lemon is a void.
1 oz Mezcal
1 oz Averna
12 oz Amaro Abano, Luxardo
12 oz Fernet, Norseman
1 twst Lemon peel (as garnish)
I think all of my drinks have been served 'up.' Build, ice, stir, strain, twist, connect. Try to notice the lemon oil swirling about the top!
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1 Comment

applejack's picture

Zupa, I like your

Zupa, I like the unapologetic use of bold ingredients in the drinks you've posted.  This one reminds me a bit of a more aggressive "The Man Comes Around", one of my favorites posted here at KC.  Didn't have Norseman Fernet (looks to be a local product in Minnesota), so I've tried this with Fernet Branca, CH Fernet Dogma and Letherbee Fernet, all to good effect.  Love your drink names too, which would be right at home as song titles for some prog math metal album.