Greg DuPree
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Serves : 1

Across the country, bartenders are adding herbs and citrus to red and white wine, creating bespoke versions of vermouth. At San Francisco’s Linden Room, Ron Boyd created a floral white vermouth featuring chamomile, dried artichokes, and coriander, which he stirs into his twist on the classic Rob Roy cocktail. Carpano Antica Formula, though, makes a great substitute.

How to Make It

Step

Pour rye, vermouth, Cointreau, and bitters into a mi glass; fill with ice. Using a bar spoon, stir until outside of glass is frosty, about 30 seconds. Strain into a coupe glass or cocktail glass. Twist lemon peel strip over cocktail to express lemon oil onto surface. Rub inside lip of glass with lemon twist, and add to cocktail with cherry.

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