1 1⁄2 oz Gin
1⁄2 oz Orange liqueur
1⁄4 oz Fernet Branca
Instructions

Stir with ice. Strain into chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with lemon peel.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Jackson Cannon; Eastern Standard, Boston, MA
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  • Made with PFDC. A bit medicinal but has an undeniably intriguing finish. A brighter Hanky Panky alternative. — ★★★★
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Comments
yarm commented on 12/05/2021:

When we first started going there in 2007, Eastern Standard still had a large stash of Amer Picon (no longer imported due to labeling issues) found in a corner of a distributor's warehouse, and they featured such great drinks like Chuck Taggart's Hoskins Cocktail (gin, Amer Picon, Maraschino, Cointreau, and orange bitters). When they depleted their picon collection, they had unfortunately hooked a loyal bar crowd on these libations and needed to find alternatives for them quick. When a regular named Heather requested a Hoskins in 2008, bar director Jackson Cannon thought on his feet and crafted the Heather in Queue to capture some of those flavors. Other orange spirits besides Bauchant would work here, but the bar loved that liqueur (not to mention other gins and blanc vermouths). Probably the most common orange liqueur to Bauchant would be Grand Marnier but perhaps Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaçao would work great.