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Burnt Fuselage

Burnt Fuselage cocktail with cognac, Grand Marnier, and dry vermouth

The Burnt Fuselage is an easy-to-make, deliciously rich cocktail that hails from 1927’s Barflies and Cocktails book. Despite being nearly a hundred years old, it has a nearly-modern flavor profile; a bit sweet, a bit jammy, and light enough to still be a refreshing tipple despite its all-spirits construction.

Ingredients

Instructions

Stir all ingredients with ice until well-chilled. Strain into an ice-filled short glass. Express a lemon twist over the drink and drop in as a garnish.

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