Instructions

Stir, up, orange twist garnish

Cocktail summary
Created by
Patrick Gavin Duffy, "The Official Mixer's Manual"
Year
1940
Is of
unknown authenticity
Reference

Shawn (?), Teardrop Lounge, Portland, OR

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Comments
Dan commented on 8/26/2011:

What Parfait Amour do you use? I've found that whenever I try to use my Marie Brizzard, it simply ruins everything it touches. Should I solder bravely on and try this? I haven't tried Creme de Yvette, but maybe that would work?

I also moderated the 3 oz of absinthe to the intended 3 dashes. 3 oz would be quite a drink ;)


Dan,

Thanks for the edit on the absinthe ;) I'm not sure which brand of Parfait Amour they used at Teardrop, but there can't be that many available in the market. This had that weird 40's era balance (remember the Bengal?), but was complex and interesting.