2 oz Brandy
1⁄2 oz Orgeat
1 twst Lemon peel (as garnish)
Instructions

Stir, strain, up, garnish.

Notes

Named after Tateishi Onojirou Noriyuki, the translator for the first Japanese diplomatic mission to the United States

Cocktail summary
Created by
Jerry Thomas
Year
1862
Is an
authentic recipe
Curator
4 stars
Average
4 stars
(16 ratings)
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  • Make the Jerry Thomas version with Roku gin for the brandy — ★★★★
  • Rating is for the Jerry Thomas recipe. — ★★★
  • Try it with calvados instead of cognac
  • Great brandy drink — ★★★★★
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Comments

There's a curation request for this drink to revert it to the original specs (hopefully someone can source the Bogart's Bitters!), which are 2 brandy, 1/2 oz (=1 Tablespoon) orgeat, 4 dashes (= 1/2 teaspoon) bitters and some lemon peel. If there are no complaints, I'll fix this tomorrow. Thanks, Zachary