2 oz Aromatized wine, Lillet Blanc
1 twst Lemon peel (as garnish)
Instructions

Stir, strain, straight up, wine glass, garnish. Or build if ingredients are already chilled.

History

A variation on the Duplex, a 50:50 mix of sweet and dry vermouths.

Cocktail summary
Posted by Dan on 6/06/2010
Created by
DavisSqPro, chowhound
Year
2010
Is an
altered recipe
Curator
4 stars
Average
4 stars
(16 ratings)
YieldsDrink
Cocktail Book
Log in or sign up to start building your Cocktail Book.
From other users
  • Made with Cocchi Americano. A little syrupy on the finish; I can see how a little soda or even citrus might ameliorate that. But this is easy to make and nice flavors. Dried fruit, metal, grapefruit. — ★★★★
  • refreshing like a Picon punch -- I'll fiddle with ingredients. I topped it with a short blast of soda water for texture, and a little astringency. — ★★★★★
  • could drink this all summer. — ★★★★
  • Nice, light aperitif. Also good with soda on the rocks for an even lower alcohol drink. Good with Cocchi Americano, too. — ★★★★
Similar cocktails
  • Supressor #2 — Pimm's No. 1 Cup, Aromatized wine, Dry vermouth, Zucca, Lemon bitters, Cucumber, Lemon peel, Sea salt
  • Metexa — Aromatized wine, Blanco tequila, Swedish Punsch
  • Italian mime — Rhum Agricole, Aromatized wine, Sherry, Amaro, Orange bitters
  • A More Perfect Union — Aromatized wine, Vodka, Apricot liqueur
  • Sooner or Later — Aromatized wine, Martinique Rum, Bitters, Coffee liqueur, Orange peel
  • Ottovolante — Dry vermouth, Strega, Fernet Branca, Orange peel, Ginger ale
  • Your Second Cousin — Pear eau de vie, Aromatized wine, Absinthe, Honey syrup, Grapefruit peel
  • Three-Cornered Hat — Amontillado Sherry, Bénédictine, Averna, Campari, Orange liqueur, Bitters, Orange peel
  • Sweet Basil — Aromatized wine, Gin, Simple syrup, Basil
  • Dear Gowanus — White whiskey, Aromatized wine, Contratto Fernet, Bitters
Comments

Dan commented on 10/31/2011:

I'm not sure where I got this. I probably was from an online forum.



Dan commented on 11/16/2011:

I don't know, but probably. I'll give DavisSqPro credit.


<br />The Duplex is an enjoyable drink, and its wonderful taste is in the simplicity of the drink itself. There are only two major ingredients, the Lillet Blanc and the Punt e Mes. Period. The other two ingredients may seem to play a somewhat minor role, but they are essential to the drink's pleasantness. The orange bitters (I used Fee Bros West Indies Orange Bitters, which has a somewhat more distinctive taste than the usual Regan's or Angostura Orange Bitters) and the lemon peel add additional flavors and more complexity to this drink. The Duplex can, in my opinion, be imbibed in a hot afternoon, or before dinner, or after dinner. It is a light, somewhat complex tasting, yet versatile drink.


refreshing and tasty like a Picon punch -- I'll probably fiddle with ingredients. I topped it with a short blast of soda water for texture, and a little astringency.