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Complex and just a smidgen on the tart side of balanced so still very much a sour. Those with a sweet tooth may prefer to serve with a sugar rim.
A bourbon whiskey sour with a splash of pineau des charentes providing the grape influence.
Dry, balanced and delicate with a balanced marriage of gin, fortified wine and maraschino.
Chestnut, pineau de charente and chartreuse combine with cognac to create a most unusual cocktail with zesty lemon freshness.
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I used Camus VS cognac in this one. My pineau blanc is Jules Gautret. I guess it would work with any decent cognac and pineau.
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