1 1⁄2 oz Blended Scotch (Cutty Sark)
3⁄4 oz Nocino
Instructions

Stir ingredients with ice; strain into cocktail glass.

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Trina's Starlite Lounge, Somerville, MA
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  • Very nocino-ey with my nocino. Probably would’ve enjoyed more if I liked nocino more!
  • This is the probably most nocino forward drink I've made yet. Waltnut-ty and delicious. — ★★★★
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Comments

One of the best nocino cocktails I've had. Fee's Black Walnut tends to dominate drinks, but the Carpano stands up to it and brings out the best in the nocino (I used Sidetrack Distillery). For scotch, I used Famous Grouse. Definitely the right call to use a mild blended scotch so it can take a back seat to the big walnut flavors. Highly recommend.