Roman à Clef

34 oz Bonal Gentiane Quina
1 oz Campari
14 oz Cassis
12 oz Lime juice
1 t Honey syrup
3 oz Soda water
Shake, strain over rocks in a Collins, top with soda, garnish with orange and/or lime wheels.
Rome with a View riff, named for the key on Bonal's bottle.
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I don't understand the note,

I don't understand the note, that it works with "dry vermouth in place of the Cocchi," since Cocchi is not a listed ingredient.  Do you mean substituting the Cocchi for Campari, and then substituting dry vermouth for it?

Thank you for the

Thank you for the clarification.  I enjoyed one of these last night.  Looking for something to do with a bottle of Bonal.  But the Campari and Cassis seem to dominate.