RINSE chilled glass with absinthe. STIR other ingredients with ice and strain into absinthe rinsed glass.
Lemon zest twist (discarded) & maraschino cherry on stick
A spiritious after dinner sipper which as the name suggests is reminiscent of a Sazerac.
Adapted from a recipe created in 2015 by Giovanni Bruno at the Blue Bar at The Berkeley, London, England.
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The Burly French Man
RINSE chilled glass with absinthe and set to one side. STIR other ingredients with ice and strain into absinthe rinsed glass.
Triomphe d'Anis (Triumph of Aniseed)
RINSE glass with absinthe. STIR other ingredients with ice and strain into absinthe rinsed glass.
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