3⁄4 oz Campari
1⁄2 oz Averna
1⁄2 oz Agave syrup
1 twst Orange peel (flamed, as garnish)
Instructions

Shake, double strain, cocktail, flame and garnish.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Mattias Hagglund
Year
2011
Is an
authentic recipe
Reference

Gaz Regan's Annual Manual for Bartenders 2011

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(18 ratings)
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  • Skip the agave. Replace with mezcal
  • Halved the agave syrup after reading comments about over sweetness. Was perfect! — ★★★★★
  • Nice negroni-like cocktail but probably a bit too sweet. Skimp on the agave?
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Comments

If you can find it, use Gracias a Dios agave gin as the Old Tom (the mezcal then becomes superfluous).
I've made this with the full amount of syrup and I've been quite happy, but a bit less also works.



I sort of don’t understand shaking this, and I definitely don’t understand double straining it.