Author Notes: This is a sherry cocktail recipe suggested to me by the fantastic bartender Dan Oskey. It tastes pretty rich, nutty, and slightly bitter and herbal from the amaro and absinthe rinse. —fiveandspice
Makes: 1 cocktail
ounces Manzanilla sherry (recommended sherry is La Guita)
ounce Ramazzotti Amaro
ounce orange liqueur
absinthe, to rinse the glass
sage sprig for garnish (I didn't have one, and I used an orange twist, which was good, but I'm sure sage would be better!)
- Stir all ingredients except the absinthe and sage with ice until well chilled. Rinse a lowball glass with the absinthe (swirl the absinthe in the glass to coat the sides, then dump or drink any that's left), then strain in the stirred mixture. Garnish with a sprig of sage.
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