1⁄2 oz Aperol
1⁄2 oz Rye, Sazerac
1 rinse Absinthe, Mata Hari

Stir and strain into an absinthe rinsed high ball. Neat.

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  • Solid drink with plenty of depth. Grapefruit does wonders for the drink indeed, but definitely cut back on the Punt e Mes to half. — ★★★★★
  • Terrific nose. Fruity but the bitterness keeps the sweetness in check. A somewhat odd but enjoyable drink. — ★★★★
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Possibly the first drink I've ever had that combines rye and gin, this one is surprising and awesome. I taste apples.