Vermouth

Juliet of the Spirits (a cocktail)

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April  7, 2016
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Author Notes

This one is a tribute to Il Maestro Federico Fellini and his wife Guilieta Massina who once kept an apartment in via Margutta near Piazza del Popolo. This is a rememberance of the glory years of Cinecitta where most of Fellini’s best work was filmed. Amarcord. —pierino

  • Makes 2 cocktails
Ingredients
  • 1 11.15 oz can San Pelligrino limonata
  • 2 shots Strega*
  • 2 shots Absolut Citron vodka
  • 1 sugar cube
  • Splash dry vermouth (optional)
In This Recipe
Directions
  1. Using a cocktail mixer, add the sugar cube and pour the Strega and vodka over it. Add in the vermouth if using.
  2. Pour in the limonata.
  3. Stir, DON’T shake.
  4. *Strega is a complex Italian liquore with some floral components. It's name means "witch".

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Standup commis flâneur, and food historian. Pierino's background is in Italian and Spanish cooking but of late he's focused on frozen desserts. He is now finishing his cookbook, MALAVIDA! Can it get worse? Yes, it can. Visit the Malavida Brass Knuckle cooking page at Facebook and your posts are welcome there.

1 Review

ChefJune April 11, 2016
This sounds strangely and dangerously akin to a cocktail I drank in Florence waaaay back in the day. I may have to make this. And I don't have anything in the house for it other than the Vermouth (which is optional).;) Look what you've done, pierino!