Walking Spanish

Description
Genever, Amontillado Sherry, Elderflower liqueur, Cardamaro, Orange peel
Instructions
Stir, strain, cocktail glass, orange twist
Cocktail summary
Yield
Drink
Year2011
Created byJacob Grier, Portland OR
AuthenticityAuthentic recipe
Referencehttp://www.jacobgrier.com/blog/archives/tag/cardamaro
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christina in tacoma on 02/11/2012

Comments

christina in tacoma's picture

Orgeat (1/4 oz is enough) in place of the St. Germain is a really nice sub in this drink

christina in tacoma's picture

This is such a nice drink if you like cocktails with sherry, which mixes very nicely with Cardamaro and Genever. I've subbed Farigoule thyme liqueur for the St. Germain, and Dimmi for the St. Germain when I had a sweeter sherry open (Lustau East India Solera). It is flexible and really delicious.

I second the orgeat suggestion. Very tasty! To be fair, I haven't tried it with St. Germain yet, but I will!

From other users

Use sweet vermouth instead of Cardama (4 stars)
Try orgeat instead of st germain (4 stars)

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