1 oz Gin
12 oz Amaretto
12 oz Campari
12 oz Dry vermouth
1 twst Lemon zest (expressed and as garnish)
Stir, strain, straight up, express zest and garnish with it
This amount of Campari could be too bitter for the uninitiated. I would like to try this drink with Aperol or Cynar.
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Not an amaretto fan, and this

Not an amaretto fan, and this drink did nothing to change that. It is, however, a very nice Martini variant without the amaretto. I don't understand the appeal of the almond cookie flavor of amaretto with the bright citrus of Campari. I would think that Cynar would be a bit more harmonious. Made with Luxardo amaretto and Dolin dry.

Made it with Bombay Sapphire,

Made it with Bombay Sapphire, DisAronno and Cocchi Americano. Unbalanced. Probably better with a bolder gin, like Beefeater. Might need a milder vermouth, too.

I used Cynar instead of

I used Cynar instead of Campari and Lillet Blanc instead of dry vermouth and it was pretty good