New Milano

1 oz Gin
1 oz Cynar
1 oz Dimmi
1 pn Salt
1 wdg Grapefruit (small)
Stir, strain, coupe, squeeze grapefruit wedge, garnish
I tasted this before adding salt and the grapefruit wedge (which I expressed into the drink) and both additions made the drink better
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1 Comment

christina in tacoma's picture

If you have a bottle of

If you have a bottle of Dimmi, I can't think of a better use for it. Cynar and grapefruit are awesome together, and the Dimmi augments the grapefruit flavor as St. Germain would, but with much less sweetness.