3⁄4 oz Lemon juice
1⁄2 oz Herbal liqueur, Yellow Chartreuse

Shake, strain, up

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Created by
Jim, John, Don
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authentic recipe

PDT Cocktail Book, pg. 112

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  • Facebook suggested 3/4 oz of each
  • Go a bit skosh on the lemon juice.
  • Tried with the original specs of .5 quart grand marnier. A touch sweet.
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Curated slightly - changed .5 quarts of Grand Marnier to .5 oz to reflect the proportions of the cited recipe. Added page number attribution.

Though if anyone would like to try it with half a quart, by all means.

Dan, I think he's wanting you to make this with 1/2 quart of Grand Marnier...

I like it but I agree 3/4 of lemon to 1/2 of the others is a bit strong. I'd probably dial back the lemon before increasing the others.

EDIT: Tried again with lemon juice between 1/2 and 3/4 oz, still wasn't my favorite. Added a little less than 1/4 oz each of Chartreuse and orange liqueur and it was better.