1 1⁄2 oz Jägermeister
3⁄4 oz Aperol
2 ds Pimento bitters, Dale De Groff
1 twst Orange peel
Instructions

Add all ingredients, except for the orange peel, into a cocktail shaker with ice. Stir gently and strain into a rocks glass with fresh ice. Garnish with an orange twist.

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  • I used a barspoon of allspice dram and then a small dash of Regan Orange bitters.. not sure it's the same but it's a nicely balanced cocktail. — ★★★
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Zachary - it is sweet, but I don't find it overwhelmingly or cloyingly so. The 'spicy-ness' and bitter elements seem well-balanced with the sweet from the Jager and the orangey notes from the Aperol. One note, though - I didn't have the bitters, so I subbed a small amount of SE Allspice dram and one ds of Bitter Truth Creole Bitters. I posted as I'm curious to explore interesting cocktail uses for Jagermeister.


Aperol and anise from jager combined well. Pimento bitters is essential, and add a little something allowing to tame the sweetness. I tried to add after a few sips 1/3 oz wray and nephew overproof: Not concluding! It tamed sweetness but taste too!

 

What about using amaro abano from luxardo which is dryer than montenegro ?

Do not have it...