|1||Maraschino cherry (as garnish)|
Stir, strain, straight up, cocktail glass, garnish
Use high quality rye.
The earliest recipe I can find is the 1914 book "Drinks", by Jacques Straub, which quotes the drink as 3/4 oz each good rye and dry vermouth, then 1 dash each Maraschino and Amer Picon. This isTed Haigh's version, which is is excellent.
From other users
- Made it with Amer Boudreau as written above.
- CioCiaro instead of Amer Picon
- Made with Ramazzotti and a dash of Regan's. The dry vermouth contributes an intriguing spirituous finish. A second try with Amer Boudreau was also tasty.
- Replaced Amer Picon with amaro averna and avion d'or
- Made with Ramazzotti and two dashes Ango orange.
- substitute CioCiaro for the Amer Picon
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