Right Hand

2 oz Añejo rum, Matusalem Gran Reserva
34 oz Sweet vermouth
34 oz Campari
2 ds Bitters, Bittermens Xocolatl Mole
Stir, straight, straight up, cocktail glass.
Variation substituting Bourbon for Rum is called a Left Hand.
From other users
  • I used Fee Whiskey Barrel Aged. Very similar to a Negroni, but with different ratio. Worth trying again with Mole bitters. — ☆☆☆
  • Made with Barbancourt 8 & Dolin. Tastes like dark Mexican chocolate. Despite the similarities in ingredients to a Negroni or Boulevardier the Mole bitters make this a very different tasting drink. — ☆☆☆
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1 Comment

I just made this with

I just made this with applejack instead of rum, and the previously attempted Fee's WBA bitters - quite nice, but I would drink dishwater after two dashes of WBA bitters. Maybe Aperol would have been better to let the apple come forth... there's always tomorrow night!