Combine liquid ingredients and stir with ice. Strain into coupe. Garnish with twist of orange peel.

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  • Made with the M&R I had on hand, prob a step down from CVdT. Did Regans' + Bolivar bitters. Fruity, winey. A bit too sweet on sip but finish dries out. A clever combination.
  • A tasty and complex cocktail. For orange bitters, I used Trinity bitters by Bittercube. It is a mix of three bitters: Orange bitters, cherry bark vanilla bitters, and bolivar bitters. A great bitters that can add depth and flavor to a cocktail. Rate: 5
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yarm commented on 3/22/2023:

Now called the less colorful "Golden Grove" on Haus Alpenz's site.

Since Alpenz was the source of the drink in the first place, I've curated this to follow suit on the name change.

I’m a fan of Manhattans, and this is a delicious, dark, fruity riff 👍🏼