Instructions

Dash of Aromatic Bitters
Stir / Coupe
No Garnish

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Comments

I was optimistic, but it came out too bitter for me, which is saying a lot, because I like Eeyore's Requiem, among others. So, I added 1/4 oz rich syrup, and then it was sweeter, but still too bitter. I give it 3/5.


Delicious. Exactly my preferred level of bitterness.


Roro commented on 11/08/2013:

How about substituting Gran Classico for the Campari?



AmyJ commented on 1/25/2014:

I found that a 'Negroni' style combo 1:1:1 of Campari, bourbon (Bulleit) and Averna made a very appealing beverage. Would post, but too similar to others I think.




Dan commented on 3/22/2015:

Rather nice, if a touch sweet. I think I might try rye (aromatically drier than bourbon), reducing the 1/2 oz parts to maybe 1/3 oz, an adding 1/3 oz dry vermouth or sherry.