This drink was adapted by mixologist Gaz Regan from a recipe served at Kathy Casey Food Studios in Seattle and featured in Regan’s book The Joy of Mixology.
The original recipe calls for tangerine juice, which we currently don’t list separately in the Cocktail Party app (We may change that as we test and add more recipes). We agree with Regan that the tangerine juice makes it truly special – but even with plain ol’ orange juice, this sweet, nutty, bright drink deserves a trip down your gullet.
- 1½ parts Brandy or Cognac
- 1½ part Vanilla liqueur
- ½ part Hazelnut liqueur
- ½ part Orange juice
- ¼ part Lemon juice
Shake with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. If you’d like, rim the glass in sugar before you strain the drink into it. Garnish with a wedge of orange or tangerine.
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- The Joy of Mixology by Gary Regan