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THROW all ingredients with ice and strain into chilled glass.
Orange zest twist
Cognac and cask aged dry vermouth form the base of this refined cocktail with very subtle ginger, pink grapefruit and chocolate notes.
Adapted from a drink created by Walter Gosso at The Mad Dog Speakeasy, Turin, Italy.
There are approximately 188 calories in one serving of Je suis l'Amour.
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