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STIR all ingredients with ice and strain into chilled glass.
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Rich Pedro Ximénez sherry and Italian amaro add complexity and depth of flavour to luxurious cognac (Mickael’s original spec calls for Martell Cordon Bleu).
Created in 2015 by Mickael Lenu at Roka Aldwych, London, England. Mickael’s original recipe calls for Martell Cordon bleu cognac.
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STIR first 3 ingredients with ice and strain into glass.
DASH bitters over sugar cube in stirring glass and MUDDLE cube to crush. ADD other ingredients and stir to dissolve sugar. Add ice and STIR. Fine strain into chilled glass.
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