Fort Point

2 oz Rye
34 oz Chinato
12 oz Apricot liqueur
1 twst Lemon peel
Stir over ice and strain into a chilled rocks glass.
Named for the old fort under the Golden Gate Bridge, this is a delicious combo of rye whiskey, Barolo chinato and apricot brandy.
From other users
  • Very nice change up from all my other favorite Manhattan relations — ☆☆☆☆☆
  • A little bit sweet, but a 4.5. Made with Rittenhouse, Barolo, and R&W. — ☆☆☆☆
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mahastew's picture

Going to assume this one

Going to assume this one calls for apricot liqueur ala Rothman & Winter or Marie Brizard, rather than true apricot brandy as suggested by the Imbibe link.

Zachary Pearson's picture

Stew, Maybe not - I'd think


Maybe not - I'd think there would be enough sweetness in the Chinato to balance 2.5 oz of spirit - it's 3:1, assuming it's apricot brandy.


Maybe we need to name these Fort Point (Boston) and Fort Point (San Francisco)?