1 14 oz Dry vermouth
1 14 oz Cynar
12 oz Gin, Plymouth
1 ds Celery bitters
1 twst Lemon peel (as garnish)
Stir, strain, up, express, twist.
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Make mine Dolin--hands down.Or up, if you prefer. Actually, I'd probably use Dolin blanc. Well, I did. I ate (or drank) my own words. Not bad. A tad sweet, which is what I expected, given I used blanc vermouth, but otherwise a reasonable drink--one that I rated 3.5.

Next time, just to find out how dry vermouth stacks up against blanc vermouth, I'll try it dry and let you know which I like better. I just may be surprised!