Sweet and Creamy with a tad of Bittery
|1 1⁄2||oz||Gin (Empress 1908 Gin)|
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a frozen coupe glass.
Use whipping cream or heavy whipping cream for even more "weight" and richness.
I just happened to see a bottle of Campari and wondered how it's "bitterness" might work in unison with the sweetness of Anisette. And the Empress Gin: I am a huge fan of Ink Gin which is available in Australia but not the USA .... so just last month I discovered Empress Gin and ..... (sigh) ....... nostalgia.
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