Dry shake, then shake with ice. Strain, serve up.


Slivovitz or plum eau-de-vie can be used. I originally used Romanian Palinca.


I wanted a drink that could use plum-based palinca, so I decided to riff on the Pisco Sour.

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Curated this slightly: changed "plum eau de vie" to Slivovitz as per the author's note. Changed "plum bitters" to Fee Brothers Plum. I tried to avoid adding the ingredient "palinka" because it can refer to many types of fruit brandy.  Thanks,  Zachary

As a huge fan of Hungarian Pálinka (cherry and plum being my favorites) I had to try this. It's hard to get Pálinka so slivovitz made sense, but it was a bit too sweet. I'll have to try without the ss and maybe subbing with Kirschwasser as well.