3⁄4 oz Gin, Beefeater
3⁄4 oz Strega
3⁄4 oz Aromatized wine, Lillet Blanc
3⁄4 oz Lemon juice
1 sli Chili pepper (red, as garnish)

Shake, double-strain, straight up, chilled cocktail glass, garnish.


Be careful with the Tabasco and cayenne pepper. Don't make it too spicy, just give it a little spicy aftertaste. - Tess Posthumus.


Adapted to US measurements (20 ml changed to 3/4 oz each)

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Posted by Dan on 5/13/2011
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Tess Posthumus, Door 74, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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  • Made with Marie Sharps hot sauce (skipped cayenne) The important thing is just to bring some warmth. Definitely double strain. Quite balanced and interesting. 4.5★
  • Really pretty darn good. I'd recommend jalapeño hot sauce as the vegetal green-ness of it works better here.
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