1 1⁄2 oz Cynar
1⁄2 oz Apricot liqueur (rousillion giffard)
1⁄2 oz Orange juice

Shake and strain into cocktail glass, garnish with orange spiral.

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Posted by nick on 9/15/2012
Created by
Oliver Ebert, Becketts Kopf, Berlin, Germany
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  • Made with Rothman & Winter liqueur. Too cough-syrupy to me.
  • Started with tequila, orange, and bitter and became more cohesive as I sipped. Very nice combo, and the Giffard Apricot does not stand out but adds a subtle sweetness.
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Moderated this somewhat. Moved Reposado (tequila) from notes to the ingredient. The average orange has 2 ounces of juice, so I changed the "1/4 orange" entry to 1/2 ounce (1.5 cl) orange juice, which we assume is always fresh.