Stir over ice, strain


Called for 'Solera Sherry', but not sure what that is, so used Tio Peppe fino sherry

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Posted by AmyJ on 12/14/2013
Created by
Simon Kaulback
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unknown authenticity

BC Liquor store, Cocktail Recipes

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  • Would try with different tequilas to see if it ups our liking — ★★★
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Unfortunately, "Solera" sherry could be any of them - the point of Sherry is that it's aged in a solera system. Fino (or Manzanilla) sounds like the way to go here.



AmyJ commented on 9/14/2014:

Yes, fino sherry is best (not sweet) and is good with Carpano Blanco vermouth too.