2 oz Irish whiskey, Black Bush
3⁄4 oz Cardamaro
1⁄4 oz Averna
1⁄4 oz Campari
1⁄4 oz Gran Classico
Instructions

Mix with ice, strain into chilled coupe. Express orange peel.

Notes

Riff off of The Weight

Cocktail summary
Created by
Reed Sandridge, @cocktailcraftingofficial, Washington, DC
Year
2020
Is an
altered recipe
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  • Subbed more Campari in for Gran Classico. — ★★★
  • Boozy and balanced — ★★★★
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Comments

Didn't have Irish whisky or Gran Classico in my bar, so I used a simple Scotch whisky (Macallan 10) and doubled the Averna.  Didn't care much for it.  Did a second version that used bourbon in place of the Irish whisky and stayed with the doubled Averna in place of the Gran Classico.  Much nicer cocktail on my palate.  


Campari is a much better substitute for Gran Classico. Thanks,  Zachary