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White Negroni (Fatty 'Cue) - 1 1/2 Plymouth gin, 3/4 Cocchi Americano, 1/2 Perruchi Dry vermouth, 1/4 Cynar, 2 dashes celery bitters, with a fennel (frond?) garnish.
From other users
- Tried 2 Mahon/1 Salers/1 Cocchi Americano and the same with Botanivore for the gin. Neither convinced me although both were pleasant. Will try St. George rye as well.
- I made according to the Fatty Cue recipe. It's good, but not quite up to the standards of the Fitty.
- Made with Cocchi Americano and Amere Sauvage, which was savagely assertive. Also threw in a few drops fennel bitters and a few drops saline.
- Made mine with gin (1.5 oz) from Majorca, with strong touches of lavender and rosemary, Lillet (0.5 oz) and a genepy from Liquori Palent (0.5 oz). Excellent! Summer, indeed!
- Twist on Classic Negroni. Many recipes exists. A less bitter version is the next taken from Serious Eats: 1 1/2 ounce gin 1 ounce Dolin Blanc vermouth 1/2 ounce Cocchi Americano lemon twist, for garnish
- Eher 6cl | 4cl | 3cl Verhältnis bzw 1,5oz | 1oz | 0,75oz 45ml | 30ml | 22ml
- Made with 1.5 gin. Delicious!
- Made 2:1:1 Results are a bit more bitter.
- Used Cocchi Americano in place of Lillet Blanc
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