Stir with ice, strain into a cocktail coupe, and garnish with a lemon twist.
Originally made 1.5 / .5 / .5 / .5 which was delightfully bitter. I figured that upping the port and/or decreasing the amari would make it agreeable to more people. My other recipe idea was 2 / .5 / .25 / .25 which would make for a drier drink.
I had been thinking about how well Campari and rabarbaro (such as Zucca and Sfumato) can join forces to make a complex bitter. Since Scotch and rabarbaro pair so well in drinks like the Caustic Negroni, I began to think about classic whisky cocktails and ended up on the port-containing Chancellor from the 1956 Esquire Drink book. With Phil Ward's Baltasar and Blimunda (a Negroni of sorts with port) in mind, I altered the Chancellor to include these two amari. For a name, I kept with the academic theme that runs in Chancellor-like drinks.