1 1⁄2 oz Pisco, Campo de Encanto
1⁄2 oz Elderflower liqueur, St. Germain (Strawberry infused)
1 ds Absinthe (for rinse)

Rinse a chilled cocktail glass with Absinthe. Stir pisco, vermouth, strawberry infused St. Germain and bitters with ice and strain into prepared glass. Garnish with lemon peel.

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©2012 Cynthia Payne
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  • Strawberry infused elderflower liquor being hard to come by, I just used straight St. Germain, which works just fine. Next time I did it, I would consider muddling a small slice of strawberry, though, as I can see where it w — ★★★★
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This is really good; funky, fruity, a little floral, not too sweet. I love this combination of spirits, and never would have thought to put them together on my own. I muddled a little fresh strawberry in place of the infusion. One of my favorite Pisco cocktails so far- thanks!