2 oz Cachaça
1⁄2 oz Amaro Abano, Luxardo
1⁄2 oz Cynar
1⁄2 oz Bénédictine
1⁄2 oz Lime juice
1 twst Lemon zest
Instructions

Shake, strain, rocks, low-ball, lemon twist garnish

Notes

From an idea from Eastern Standard. Cynar, Lime, and bitters are my additions. Quite bitter. Good cocktail to linger over. Substitute other pie-spice amari, such as Ramazzotti as desired. Abano has a strong black pepper top note.

History

Cachaca, Benedictine, "Luxardo Amaro", which I assume means Luxardo's Abano amaro.

Cocktail summary
Posted by Dan on 6/06/2010
Created by
Dan Chadwick, based on an idea from Eastern Standard, Boston, MA
Year
2010
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  • Made with LeBlon. The hogo is dominant and accentuated by all of the bitter elements. I'm not a fan of rhum agricole / cachaca as the dominant flavor - 2 stars for me personally, but pushed up to 3 as hogo-lovers may enjoy. — ★★★
  • Bitter. Slow drinking. Complex. Might benefit from a top-shelf Cachaca (Leblon?) — ★★★★
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