2 oz Cynar 70
1 oz Aperol
1 sli Orange (as garnish)

Stir, strain, on the rocks, garnish.


Source describes this as served in a Collins with an orange slice, but picture shows in a rocks glas with an orange horse's neck

Cocktail summary
Created by
Lucas Rothschild & Julián Díaz, Los Galgos Bar, Buenos Aires
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authentic recipe
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  • This is a really good cynar drink. Somewhat bitter for the uninitiated.
  • Obviously Cynar forward, but the other flavors come through and complement well.
  • Cynar somewhat overwhelms the other ingredients (not that I'm complaining too much about that)
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Obviously on the sweet side, but it makes a good digestif.