1⁄2 oz Dry vermouth, Dolin
1 twst Lemon peel (expressed and inserted)
1 Blackberry (skewered, as garnish)
Instructions

Stir, strain into a chilled cocktail goblet, express and insert the lemon peel, garnish, serve with a side of soda.

Notes

Willett presents other possible ratios for the ingredients, at the link.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Andrew Willett, Elemental Mixology
Year
2015
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authentic recipe
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  • Extraordinarily dry. I'd double the blackberry liqueur. (I used a homemade blackberry liqueur so that might have been the issue.) — ★★
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Comments
mako commented on 4/03/2021:

This drink is very dry and quite small. The Central Park is a very similar, and IMHO better, version of this drink. It's also from Portland so perhaps there's a relationship between these? The notes suggests that there are variations discussed at the link but the link itself seems to have bitrot away.


And these days, very expensive. Updated the link (the blog moved) Thanks,  Zachary