1 oz Bourbon
1 oz Galliano
1 oz Aperol
1⁄2 oz Lemon juice

Stir and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

Cocktail summary
Picture of The Lemony Pabla
2011 Kindred Cocktails
Created by
Stew Ellington
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author's original creation
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  • Always prefer drinks with fewer ingredients. This is a tad too much on the syrupy side.
  • Great drink.. Interesting evolution but super light and crowd pleasing.
  • Unusual. Very good.
  • Nice light cocktail. I used Galliano Vanilla so it had a vanilla flavor with the lemon. I probably prefer it with reg Galliano.
  • Simple and refreshing - nice orange-bourbon-anise interplay. And I appreciate the short and straightforward ingredient list.
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Bevx commented on 1/07/2013:

This is quite delicious... I like the way you think, Stew! Even when they're (occasionally) not to my palate, your drinks always intrigue me... I fully intended for this to be the first drink I tried with my new bottle of Galliano, but I got distracted/inspired and used most of it in developing a drink I recently posted called the Bech & Gall. But I'm glad I saved enough to finally try this. Yum... For me, the first few sips were mostly about the anise from the Galliano, with a nice oaky finish. But after that, the other fruitier flavors came more into focus, providing a great sweet-tart taste.