1 1⁄2 oz Rye, Rittenhouse
1⁄2 oz Coffee liqueur, St. George
1⁄2 oz Cynar 70
1⁄2 oz Herbal liqueur, Green Chartreuse
1 twst Lemon peel

Stir (maybe for 5-10 revolutions more than usual as these are strongly proofed ingredients), strain into old fashioned glass with a large cube or sphere (or a coupe with no ice). Garnish with a lemon swath.


** UPDATE 5/10/22 **
I've continuously played with the ratios of this drink over the last few years based on feedback, and recently rolled this out on a new dessert menu at work. Current version is 4 parts, equal parts (.75 oz), using Cynar instead of Cynar 70.

The amaro choice is flexible--I've had it with standard Cynar, Nardini, even Zucca (thanks Drew).


Named after the electronica band. Their music isn't really my cup of tea, but I thought the name was catchy for a nightcap type drink with coffee liqueur.

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  • Dark and delicious drink that packs a bit of a punch. I didn't have the recommended coffee liqueur and found my alternate (homemade) overpowering; reduced that to 1/4 oz for better balance.
  • Dark, sweet and boozy digestif
  • This is very good. For me, I'll dial back the green chartreuse to .25 oz on the next version. Also a drop or low concentration saline solution seems to enhance the combination.
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