Stir, strain, straight up, cocktail
Original recipes calls for 2:1 + 1 dash each. User earlofego on eGullet recommends a 50:50 mix of CioCiaro and Toriani Amer to sub for this historic Amer Picon.
From other users
- Really wonderful cocktail. Little sweetness. Used Pierre Ferrand 1840 and Amer Boudreau (my version is very bitter). The cognac and dry vermouth come through.
- A nice little tipple.
- Dolin works well, Maurin better Used CiaCaro plus drop of Angostura
- Liked more than Brooklyn & less than Bushwick
- yet to be tried
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