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Dry, with bittersweet undertones, and aromatic. We've tried this recipe with modern-day Caperitif but prefer the above blend of two aperitif wines in its
Mouth-puckeringly dry this is a great aperitivo with quinine, fino sherry, gin botanicals and citrus all singing harmoniously.
Citrusy, bourbon-laced and gently bittersweet with fresh zippy rich orange.
Many bartenders advocate that a Martini should be stirred and not shaken, some citing the ridiculous statement that shaking will bruise the gin. If you
More a subtly fortified wine than a true three and under the guest Martini but delightfully so with sherry-like wine notes and faint botanical influences.
Bittersweet and Martini in style but with the hard edges smoothed and a hint of eastern spice added. Perhaps more a digestivo than an aperitivo.
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Created by Shaun Stewart, The elk room, Baltimore city, USA.
The photo, taken at a Casino Royale-themed party in the actual bar from the first Casino Royale movie shows my previous preference for Finlandia Vodka...
With Lillet only the Cocktail misses some bitterness and, in my opinion even more important, also spicyness. Most aromatised wines are more on the fruity
changed proportion of Kina/lillet 2:4
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