|1 1⁄2||oz||Rye, Rittenhouse 100|
|1⁄2||oz||Dry vermouth, Dolin|
|1⁄2||oz||Amontillado Sherry, Lustau Dry Amontillado|
|1||twst||Lemon peel (as garnish)|
Stir with ice and strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with a lemon twist.
From other users
- Smooth, good sipper, pleasantly bitter, complex.
- Dark & delicious. Not too bitter.
- Perfectly fine Manhattan substitute, but it seems a little less pungent and slightly weaker. Perhaps it's because I used fino sherry instead of amontillado. But I'm happy to have it.
- Delicious. Complex and balanced, Bitter, not painful. Cynar employed very successfully here. Used Valdespino Tio Diego Amontillado, but I imagine Lustau Los Arcos would be okay.
- Earthy, chocolatey, sophisticated.
- Substituted High West Double Rye American Whiskey for extra spice and bite, as well as using 1 oz of Priorat Natur Vermut (Spanish Vermouth) instead of dry vermouth and sherry to achieve 5-star rating.
- Choke On This Drink — Cynar, Rye, Cognac, Dry vermouth, Bitters, Orgeat
- Best Pal — Rye, Cynar, Aromatized wine, Bitters
- Harder, better, stronger — Bourbon, Cynar, Suze, Bitters, Orange cream citrate
- As Wine Stands Time — Bonal Gentiane Quina, Cynar, Rye, Grapefruit peel
- A Long Day — Añejo tequila, Sweet vermouth, Cynar, Grapefruit bitters, Orange bitters
- Sin Cyn — Sweet vermouth, Cynar, Speyside Scotch, Orange peel
- Colonel Carpano — Bourbon, Cynar, Sweet vermouth, Peychaud's Bitters, Orange peel
- Exhumation Cocktail — Canadian whisky, Cynar, Sweet vermouth, Fernet, Cardamom bitters, Lemon peel
- Boulevardier Riff (Fred Sarkis) — Bourbon, Bonal Gentiane Quina, Cynar, Orange bitters, Salt
- Boulevardier (Stagger Lee) — Bourbon, Campari, Cynar, Orange peel