Amère Sauvage – Gentiane Américaine

 

Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal
4* / Highly Recommended
March 2014

At the heart of most French aperitif bitters, Italian Amari and classic cocktail bitters, one almost always finds gentian root. Our Amère Sauvage uses only French yellow gentian root to make our liqueur.Try combining equal parts gin, Lillet Blanc and Amère Sauvage to create a White Negroni or just enjoy it on the rocks or with club soda.

Formulated By: Mayur Subbarao
ABV: 23%
Available in 375ml cork topped bottles
UPC Code: 0-608866-961932

Contains cane sugar

 

Sauvetage

Nate Dumas, The Shanty at NY Distilling Company (http://nydistilling NULL.com) - Brooklyn, NY

1 oz Dorothy Parker American Gin
(http://nydistilling NULL.com/spirits/)
1 oz Carpano Antica Sweet Vermouth
1/2 oz Grapefruit Juice
1/2 oz Amère Sauvage Gentiane

Shake and serve up with an orange twist

 

Maurice

St. John Frizell, Fort Defiance (http://fortdefiancebrooklyn NULL.com/) – Brooklyn, NY

1 1/2 oz Rittenhouse Bonded 100 proof Rye
3/4 oz Cocchi Americano
1/2 oz Amère Sauvage Gentiane
1/4 oz Carpano Antica Sweet Vermouth

Stir, strain and serve in a coupe.

 

The Dagger

St. John Frizell, Fort Defiance (http://fortdefiancebrooklyn NULL.com/) - Brooklyn, NY

1 1/2 oz Hendrick’s Gin
3/4 oz Cocchi Americano
1/4 oz lemon juice
1/4 oz simple syrup
1/4 oz Amère Sauvage Gentiane
2 sprigs thyme

Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice, and shake. Strain through a tea strainer into a ice-filled rocks glass. Garnish with a grapefruit twist.

 

Goodnight, Farewell and Amen…

Avery Glasser

1 oz Buffalo Trace Bourbon
1 oz Branca Mentha
1/2 oz Amère Sauvage Gentiane
1/2 oz El Tesoro Reposado Tequila

Build in a rocks glass and serve at room temperature. No ice. No dilution. No garnish.

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