Stir with ice and strain into a coupe glass.


From Food & Wines: Cocktails 2008. Blog post where I founds this says "Please note that the book has the recipe as 1/4 oz Bianco Vermouth. After mixing the drink with that amount, I discovered through the A Dash of Bitters blog that the book's recipe is incorrect and the intended volume is 3/4 oz."


Created by Death & Co.'s Phil Ward as a tequila-based Brooklyn variation.

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A beatiful drink.
I subbed Aperol for Camapri and reduced the maraschino to a dash.
Tastes like spring