1 oz Aromatized wine, Tempus Fugit Kina L'Avion D'Or
1⁄2 oz Pear liqueur, Rothman & Winter
1⁄2 oz Bénédictine
1 ds Acid phosphate
Instructions

Stir, strain, up.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Kyle Powell, Russell House Tavern, Cambridge, MA.
Year
2012
Is an
authentic recipe
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Comments

Another fine drink. Sam gave me this recipe back in November of 2012. According to him the Rothman & Winter Orchard Pear is used (I incorrectly typed "peach" when I posted this on Flickr at the time but I meant to type pear--I blame the alcohol for that mistake). Also if you're using the recipe that I posted there should be a half-ounce of Benedictine in this drink, too. Otherwise everything looks good.


Indeed I poached this one from you, Eric. Thanks for the corrections; it should all be good now. I'll be more attentive and also choose to blame it, in the fashion of you and Jamie Foxx, on the alcohol.


I am drawn to you!   Best cocktail ever! As per semper Tempis Fugit forever . I used th St george spiced pear which adds a little kick.  NICE!


yarm commented on 8/16/2021:

From the bar notes at Russell House Tavern via Sam Gabrielli (bar manager at the time), "This is Kyle’s much anticipated premier installment of a series of Titanic themed cocktails, and it was worth the wait. Smooth and complex, you would not necessarily jump to this being a Scotch cocktail, without provocation. Sweet, slightly peaty malts blend with subtle pear and herbal flavors from the two liqueurs. The Quinquina provides a bitter balance, which is enforced by the presence of bitters and the acid phosphate, resulting in a Tempting cocktail that will leave you whispering….."