1 oz Cynar
1⁄2 oz Curaçao, Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaçao
1⁄2 oz Galliano
1 twst Orange peel (Flamed)

Stir with ice, strain into a coupe or cocktail glass, and garnish with flamed orange oils from a twist.

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Created by
Jerry Slater, H. Harper Station, Atlanta
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4 stars
(11 ratings)
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  • Used Angostura 1824 — ★★★★
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Very nice. Plantation overproof and cointreau. A bit sweet. But these are not the proper ingredients.

4 stars and will try again.

HallA commented on 8/27/2020:

Three and a half star.  Agree with avoiding caramely rum.. I did it with barbancourt and still a bit too sweet.  Would probably dial back the cynar to 3/4.