Lemon zest twist
How to make:
SHAKE all ingredients with ice and strain into a glass filled with crushed ice.
|2 fl oz||Calvados / apple brandy / straight applejack|
|1 fl oz||Strucchi Rosso Vermouth|
|2 dash||Orange Bitters by Angostura|
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A dry and refreshing calvados-based aperitif or digestif served frappé, adding to the cleansing nature of this cocktail.
Named after Guglielmo Giovanni Maria Marconi (1874 – 1937), an Italian electrical engineer and inventor who's best-known for creating a radio wave-based wireless telegraph system and is credited for being the inventor of radio.
Recipe adapted from Albert Stevens Crockett's 1931 Old Waldorf Bar Days. Earlier in the book, under the heading "Big Events Spirituously Memorialized", Crockett says the Marconi Wireless "first sprang across the Bar of the Waldorf when the ancestor of the radio began to raise its ghostly voice." That's as maybe, but the Marconi Wireless is a riff on Jacques Straub's 1913 Marconi served frappé with the addition of a couple of dashes of orange bitters.
MARCONI WIRELESS*Albert Stevens Crockett, Old Waldorf Bar Days, 1931
Two dashes Orange Bitters
One-third Italian Vermouth.
One serving of Marconi Wireless contains 190 calories.