Amaro Flip

  • Base Spirit Amaro
  • Preparation Shaken
  • Flavor Bitter
  • Served Up

The Amaro Flip is a contemporary creation rooted deep in the past with notes of the classic Sherry Flip. The taste is best described as “rich” above all else. The amaro adds plenty of bitterness, florals, and root flavors. The syrup provides balance. Simple, but tasty.

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Amaro Flip
  1. Combine amaro, demerara syrup, and whole egg in a shaker.
  2. Dry shake for a minute.
  3. Add ice and wet shake until chilled.
  4. Express orange peels around rim of Old Fashioned glass and discard.
  5. Double strain into glass. Add large format ice. Serve.

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