2⁄3 oz Bénédictine
2⁄3 oz Herbal liqueur, Yellow Chartreuse
2⁄3 oz Lemon juice
Instructions

Shake over ice and double-strain into a chilled Nick & Nora glass or coupette.

Notes

Original recipe calls for Chartreuse M.O.F. (Cuvée des Meilleurs Ouvriers de France Sommeliers), but G. Regan subs Yellow Chartreuse. I was out of the Laphroaig and subbed Compass Box Peat Monster, and it worked well.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Geoff Fewell, Boilermaker House, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Is an
authentic recipe
Reference

101 Best New Cocktails, 2016, G. Regan

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  • The sweetness of the Benedictine tames the smokiness. Very unique flavors. One of my favorites.
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  • Sweet and sour but also earthy and smoky. Like lemonade that had been buried underground for a while.
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