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Fernandito Cocktail

Fernandito Cocktail



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Whiskey is wonderful, and vodka is very fine, but sometimes it’s best not to drink the hard stuff

This drink is delicious any time of the day, and is light enough to keep drinking — responsibly. It's perhaps best suited to an after-dinner situation, as herbal liqueur Fernet-Branca is said to aid in digestion and settle an upset stomach. It’s a simple, easy-drinking cocktail that looks as dark and manly as anything in the bar.

This recipe is from Thirstie, the on-demand alcohol delivery app with a twist.


#4 With a Smile

This drink, created by Alex Cuper, the general manager and beverage director at El Che Steakhouse & Bar in Chicago, riffs on both a Whiskey & Coke and the Fernandito, the national drink of Argentina, which is made with Fernet-Branca and Coca-Cola.

“We decided to smash the two together into an awesome stirred brown cocktail,” says Cuper. “The smoked Fernet-Branca offers a toasty marshmallowlike flavor.”

The instructions below call for smoking the liqueur in a regular smoker, but if you don’t have one of those, you can instead use a smoking gun or smoke it on a grill with a smoker box.


#4 With a Smile

This drink, created by Alex Cuper, the general manager and beverage director at El Che Steakhouse & Bar in Chicago, riffs on both a Whiskey & Coke and the Fernandito, the national drink of Argentina, which is made with Fernet-Branca and Coca-Cola.

“We decided to smash the two together into an awesome stirred brown cocktail,” says Cuper. “The smoked Fernet-Branca offers a toasty marshmallowlike flavor.”

The instructions below call for smoking the liqueur in a regular smoker, but if you don’t have one of those, you can instead use a smoking gun or smoke it on a grill with a smoker box.


#4 With a Smile

This drink, created by Alex Cuper, the general manager and beverage director at El Che Steakhouse & Bar in Chicago, riffs on both a Whiskey & Coke and the Fernandito, the national drink of Argentina, which is made with Fernet-Branca and Coca-Cola.

“We decided to smash the two together into an awesome stirred brown cocktail,” says Cuper. “The smoked Fernet-Branca offers a toasty marshmallowlike flavor.”

The instructions below call for smoking the liqueur in a regular smoker, but if you don’t have one of those, you can instead use a smoking gun or smoke it on a grill with a smoker box.


#4 With a Smile

This drink, created by Alex Cuper, the general manager and beverage director at El Che Steakhouse & Bar in Chicago, riffs on both a Whiskey & Coke and the Fernandito, the national drink of Argentina, which is made with Fernet-Branca and Coca-Cola.

“We decided to smash the two together into an awesome stirred brown cocktail,” says Cuper. “The smoked Fernet-Branca offers a toasty marshmallowlike flavor.”

The instructions below call for smoking the liqueur in a regular smoker, but if you don’t have one of those, you can instead use a smoking gun or smoke it on a grill with a smoker box.


#4 With a Smile

This drink, created by Alex Cuper, the general manager and beverage director at El Che Steakhouse & Bar in Chicago, riffs on both a Whiskey & Coke and the Fernandito, the national drink of Argentina, which is made with Fernet-Branca and Coca-Cola.

“We decided to smash the two together into an awesome stirred brown cocktail,” says Cuper. “The smoked Fernet-Branca offers a toasty marshmallowlike flavor.”

The instructions below call for smoking the liqueur in a regular smoker, but if you don’t have one of those, you can instead use a smoking gun or smoke it on a grill with a smoker box.


#4 With a Smile

This drink, created by Alex Cuper, the general manager and beverage director at El Che Steakhouse & Bar in Chicago, riffs on both a Whiskey & Coke and the Fernandito, the national drink of Argentina, which is made with Fernet-Branca and Coca-Cola.

“We decided to smash the two together into an awesome stirred brown cocktail,” says Cuper. “The smoked Fernet-Branca offers a toasty marshmallowlike flavor.”

The instructions below call for smoking the liqueur in a regular smoker, but if you don’t have one of those, you can instead use a smoking gun or smoke it on a grill with a smoker box.


#4 With a Smile

This drink, created by Alex Cuper, the general manager and beverage director at El Che Steakhouse & Bar in Chicago, riffs on both a Whiskey & Coke and the Fernandito, the national drink of Argentina, which is made with Fernet-Branca and Coca-Cola.

“We decided to smash the two together into an awesome stirred brown cocktail,” says Cuper. “The smoked Fernet-Branca offers a toasty marshmallowlike flavor.”

The instructions below call for smoking the liqueur in a regular smoker, but if you don’t have one of those, you can instead use a smoking gun or smoke it on a grill with a smoker box.


#4 With a Smile

This drink, created by Alex Cuper, the general manager and beverage director at El Che Steakhouse & Bar in Chicago, riffs on both a Whiskey & Coke and the Fernandito, the national drink of Argentina, which is made with Fernet-Branca and Coca-Cola.

“We decided to smash the two together into an awesome stirred brown cocktail,” says Cuper. “The smoked Fernet-Branca offers a toasty marshmallowlike flavor.”

The instructions below call for smoking the liqueur in a regular smoker, but if you don’t have one of those, you can instead use a smoking gun or smoke it on a grill with a smoker box.


#4 With a Smile

This drink, created by Alex Cuper, the general manager and beverage director at El Che Steakhouse & Bar in Chicago, riffs on both a Whiskey & Coke and the Fernandito, the national drink of Argentina, which is made with Fernet-Branca and Coca-Cola.

“We decided to smash the two together into an awesome stirred brown cocktail,” says Cuper. “The smoked Fernet-Branca offers a toasty marshmallowlike flavor.”

The instructions below call for smoking the liqueur in a regular smoker, but if you don’t have one of those, you can instead use a smoking gun or smoke it on a grill with a smoker box.


#4 With a Smile

This drink, created by Alex Cuper, the general manager and beverage director at El Che Steakhouse & Bar in Chicago, riffs on both a Whiskey & Coke and the Fernandito, the national drink of Argentina, which is made with Fernet-Branca and Coca-Cola.

“We decided to smash the two together into an awesome stirred brown cocktail,” says Cuper. “The smoked Fernet-Branca offers a toasty marshmallowlike flavor.”

The instructions below call for smoking the liqueur in a regular smoker, but if you don’t have one of those, you can instead use a smoking gun or smoke it on a grill with a smoker box.


Watch the video: Fernandito, preparado por Claudia Cabrera, Embajadora de Fernet Branca México (August 2022).