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Domain de Canton RecipesTraditionally, an aperitif is taken before a meal to aid in digestion. Slightly bitter, aromatic affairs- they are believed to cajole the stomach into creating digestive enzymes before the food ever reaches said destination. This is a wonderful drink in that style that, unfortunately, has no name.

So, give BourbonBlog.com a hand, will you? Submit your name ideas to us under comments below and we will pick the one we like best. The winner gets something out of the swag-bag and the title will be changed to reflect their creative acumen. It’s that simple.

Cheers!

1.25 oz. Campari
1 oz Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur
½ oz Stirrings Blood Orange Bitters
Soda, to fill
Lemon twist, to garnish

Place all into a highball glass. Pour this into a shaker tin and then back into the glass (activating the carbonation and creating a wonderful bouquet.) Garnish with lemon twist.

Recipe by BourbonBlog.com Stephen Dennison

23 Responses to “The Aperitif with No Name”

  1. jj

    there’s already a cocktail called Napoleon’s Blood at Freeman’s in new york.

  2. STRESSED SOUL PUREE

    IF U WILL WRITE TO OPPSITE OF STRESSED ITS BECOME DESSERTS .

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