The Dunhill is a classic cocktail with a modern-feeling ingredient list, hailing from at least as far back as 1925, when it was first documented on the menu at Hatchett’s Bar in London.
- 1 tsp Absinthe or Anise liqueur
- 1 part Gin
- 1 part Sweet sherry
- 1 part Dry vermouth
- ¼ part Orange curaçao
Place the absinthe in a short glass and swirl to coat. Discard the excess. Add the remaining ingredients to a mixing glass with ice, and stir until well-chilled. Add ice to the absinthe-coated glass, and strain the mixture into the glass. Garnish with a lemon twist.
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- Dunhill recipe at PUNCH