Fernandito or Fernet con Coca recipe with fernet and cola


Fernando, Fernandito, or Fernet con Coca: whatever you call this mix of fernet and cola, it’s a classic! Invented in the 80s by Argentinian college students, it’s quickly become a national treasure and the country’s unofficial-official cocktail.

A squeeze of lime or a twist of lemon are nice, but not required. The bitter flavor is part of the appeal, and die-hard fans might argue that you shouldn’t go too far in covering it up.

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Build in an ice-filled glass in the order given. Serve as-is, or garnish with a wedge, wheel, or twist of lime or lemon.

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