“a bolsy move”

1 1/2 oz Bols Genever
1/2 oz Yellow Chartreuse
1/2 oz Cherry Heering
3/4 oz Lemon Juice
1 dash Bitters (*)

Shake with ice and strain into a coupe glass.
(*) Originally, the recipe was crafted with wormwood bitters. To make it more accessible, the recipe was changed to a dash each Angostura and peach.

After the Fernet Branca Barback Games at the Royale, I returned to the Downtown Crossing area and stopped into J.M. Curley. Obviously it was a popular post-games destination since I recognized a handful of people from the event were there catching a nightcap. And there were a few others I did not recognize but knew from where they got their fresh new Fernet hats or shirts. For a drink, I asked bartender Tracy Latimer for A Bolsy Move.

The cocktail offered up a malty aroma with a hint of fruit. The lemon joined the richness of the cherry brandy on the sip, and the swallow showcased the rest of the Cherry Heering flavor along with botanical notes from the Bols Genever and Yellow Chartreuse.

http://cocktailvirgin.blogspot.se/2012/11/a-bolsy-move.html

Heering; at Articlesbase.com

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Heering “Copenhagen” drink

What are good cocktails?
Gotta be the new cocktail using Cherry Heering – the Copenhagen

Copenhagen cocktail recipe
5 cl. Bols Genever
2 cl. Cherry Heering Liqueur
2 cl. fresh pressed lime juice
2 cl. sugar syrup (Monin)
1 dash Angostura Bitters

http://www.visitcopenhagen.com/content/tourist/copenhagen_cocktail/the_copenhagen_cocktail

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