2 oz Gin
34 oz Sweet vermouth, Carpano Antica Formula
12 oz Cynar
1   Brandied cherry (as garnish)
Stir with ice, strain into glass. Garnish with cherry.
From other users
  • The gin and the "darker" ingredients didn't entirely resolve for me. I used Tanqueray; maybe a different gin would be more successful. — ☆☆☆
  • 4/23/15 — ☆☆☆
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bza's picture

This was the first drink I

This was the first drink I ever had at Death and Co in 2008. I ordered a "cheenartown" and the waitress said "I think it's sighnartown." But we were all kids back then!

DrunkLab's picture

Phil Ward is a genius at

Phil Ward is a genius at making drinks, but so terrible when it comes to naming them. I do have to salute him for his love of cheesy dad puns, as here.