1 oz Gin, St. George Terroir
1 oz Campari
1 oz Amaro, Cappelletti Sfumato Rabarbaro

Mix ingredients
Add ice and stir until chilled
Strain into glass with large ice cube


St. George Terroir is a really unique gin made with Douglas Fir, which gives it an extremely unique flavor profile. I'm a big fan of the Montenegroni, and an employee at the Austin Shaker recently recommended subbing Cappelletti Sfumato Rabarbaro for Amaro Montenegro. With normal gin, I found this recipe to be just alright, but the strong Douglas Fir notes in the St. George Terroir plus the Rhubarb liqueur turned into something much more than the sum of its parts, in my opinion. Deliciously bitter in a special way, like eating a rhubarb pie while chewing on a Douglas Fir branch.

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  • Very nice. Though I prefer it with 1 1/4 oz Terroir--more bracing and memorable that way.
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Delicious and inspired. I love Terroir and this does it justice without any forest kitsch.