1 1⁄2 oz Blanco tequila
1 part Orange peel (with some pith, 1.5 inches long by .5 inch wide)
1 ds Campari
Instructions

Rinse cocktail glass with rosewater. Stir tequila and carpano and strain into glass. Garnish with flamed orange zest and add a few drops of campari to the surface.

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Book - The Art of the Bar: Cocktails Inspired by the Classics

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  • I don't get the enthusiasm. Disjointed, extremely dry, and very small. I gave up on drinking this and made this into a highball. Still not that great. — ★
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Comments

Tried it with an inexpensive anejo, and really enjoyed it. Second batch, added a few more drops of rose water to the shaker, and about 1 t of campari. Amazing color and better balance. Great warm weather cocktail.