|1||ds||Peychaud's Bitters (or Angostura or orange)|
|1||wdg||Orange (as garnish)|
Stir and strain, or build. Squeeze one wedge and garnish with the other
From other users
- Delicious with Punt e Mes. Upgraded to 5 stars. Very good. Similar to a Negroni, maybe a bit sweeter and slightly less bitter. Good on the rocks.
- Yes, Punt e Mes goes so nicely with Cynar. I use an orange twist and have not tried adding bitters yet. On the rocks is lovely.
- Excellent! Definitely do the squeezed orange and the Peychaud's makes a fine difference!
- Pleasantly bitter with Punt e Mes. A couple of drops of saline work well.
- Year Round Gin
- 1/4/17: Made equal parts, with Carpano Antica. Really, really tasty. Slightly more sweet and less bitter version of a Negroni. 1/14/17: Made with Alessia vermouth. Also tasty.
- A Cynar negroni. The Peychauds improve it.
- pretty good. I have everything needed for it. made it without a fresh orange (just juice and no garnish). Still good.
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