1 1⁄2 oz Brandy, Copper & Kings
1⁄2 oz Aromatized wine, Lillet Blanc
1⁄2 oz Peach liqueur, Edmond Briottet
2 ds Lemon bitters (Dashfire)

Stir all until well chilled. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a cinnamon stick.


*Dashfire's lemon bitters are clean, and succinct with a fresh lemon flavor and minimal bitterness.

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It's rare I substitute everything in a drink, but made with Pierre Ferrand 1840, Kina L'Aero D'Or, BG Reynolds Falernum, R&W Peach, and Fee Bros. Lemon.  Did not work very well with these substitutes. Would cut back peach to 1/4 oz when using R&W, for starters.

Sven: yes, the Rothman & Winter is significantly sweeter and more of a true liqueur, whereas the Edmund Briotett is actually a creme de peche, so, although sweet, it is more of a clean, fresh peach flavor. Additionally, the glycerin base of the Fee Brothers bitters is going to give that candy component that the Dashfire bitters definitely do not have.