3⁄4 oz Curaçao, Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaçao
3⁄4 oz Rye, Knob Creek
1 pn Salt
Instructions

Long stir, strain, rocks.

History

Made for Tipple Tuesday #8: Liqueur-driven Cocktails.
Version 2.0 adds salt and rocks in further effort to ameliorate the sweetness.

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Craig Eliason, Saint Paul, Minnesota (USA)
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  • Bitter, very sweet, orangey, spicy--drinks like some Italian amari. — ★★★
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Comments

Sweet but good, but sweet. Orange bitter is very important. Made with Grand Marnier, half Eagle Rare and Dad's Hat, angostura orange...

Maybe better on the rocks ?


Yes, rocks had occurred to me as a remedy for the lip-coating sugariness. I'll give it a try and consider changing the recipe. Thanks for trying it!