Instructions

Shake, strain, coupe. Express peel over drink.

Notes

Haven't tried this yet, but it seems like some Campari would be good in here.

Cocktail summary
Created by
Eric Hay, Merchant, Madison Wisconsin
Year
2011
Is of
unknown authenticity
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3.5 stars
(2 ratings)
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  • Awesome. Very sweet but I like it that way. I used a low quality Elderflower liquor rather than St. Germain, and I think that really takes away from the drink. — ★★★★
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Comments

I made this as written and it was quite good, very grapefruit-forward. Like a (much) improved Sea Breeze.... I liked it even better adjusting the proportions slightly to .3 oz each of the liqueurs and juices, with .3oz Campari added.


Awesome. Very sweet but I like it that way. I used a low-quality Elderflower liquor rather than St. Germain, and I think that really takes away from the drink. 


Awesome. Very sweet but I like it that way. I used a low-quality Elderflower liquor rather than St. Germain, and I think that really takes away from the drink.