3⁄4 oz Amaro Nonino
1⁄4 oz Maple syrup (medium amber)
1⁄2 oz Lemon juice (Eureka or other)
1 twst Lemon peel (2", as garnish)
Instructions

Stir, strain, one large rock, twist.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Elana Lepkowski, Stir and Strain.
Year
2014
Is an
authentic recipe
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(6 ratings)
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  • agree with other 2 star - too much lemon. Tried upping the cognac and amaro. Barely drinkable - had to dump it. — ★★
  • There are some good flavors in it but it needs work. The lemon juice is over powering with both flavor and acidity. — ★★
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Comments

There are some good flavors in it but it needs work. The lemon juice is over powering with both flavor and acidity. I can't give you a better substitution but maybe I'll work on it. 


laerm commented on 9/23/2018:

I took the lemon down to a third and the maple up to a third. Solid improvement. (I also used some smoked maple syrup that I had.)