Stir with ice. Strain into chilled coup. Express lemon twist, and garnish if desired.

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Created by
Henry Prendergast, Analogue, Chicago
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  • Worth trying with rye. Gin is wasted on this one. — ★★
  • I like this as a Hanky Panky riff. — ★★★★
  • Nice Hanky Panky variant, and I think,with the richness of cacao, an improvement. OK to sub dark creme de cacao (all I had) since the sweet vermouth and fenet also add color. — ★★★★
  • honey, subtle bitterness, incredibly smooth — ★★★★★
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Tried this with rye subbed for the gin (because when I taste a gin drink I like, my first thought usually is "I bet this would be better with whiskey"). Also very good.