2 oz Gin, Plymouth
3⁄4 oz Amer Picon (or Torani Amer)
1 twst Orange peel (flamed)
Instructions

30 second stir, strain, straight up, cocktail glass, flame garnish, drop in drink

History

Created to feature the flavor of Toriani Amer.

Cocktail summary
Posted by Dan on 2/02/2011
Created by
Chuck Taggart, Gumbo Pages
Year
2004
Is of
unknown authenticity
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Average
4 stars
(16 ratings)
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From other users
  • Excellent with CioCiaro when you can't find Picon
  • TRY THIS
  • Layers of orange. Made with TJ's gin which sufficed.
  • Pleasantly sweet. Used 2.25 oz Plymouth gin.
  • Not tried yet
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Comments

I can't really get past the fact that ANY drink that has more than .25 oz of maraschino is a MARASCHINO drink, and not a Torani Amer drink, etc. While this is a tasty tipple, I have to say it's a fail as far as highlighting the flavor of Torani Amer (or Amer Picon). Anyway, I love maraschino, so it's all good.


I don't think that Torani Amer and Amer Picon are alike at all (and I have both). I struggle with the whole gin + amaro pairing, but this is as good of a swing as I've seen outside the Negroni.

Zachary


made this with CioCiaro in place of the Amer Picon, and it is delicious - anything with CioCiaro is delicious!