"212 Cocktail | Crafted Pour"

"Hello friends! Tonight I have a cocktail that was invented in 2008 in New York City. The name is a reference to Manhattan's area code and the ratios of the ingredients involved. I was confused by the use of Anisette in this cocktail, and I had never heard of the 212 Cocktail before so I looked up the recipe online. Recipes I found online called for Aperol instead of Anisette, which makes more sense. The Anisette could be a publishing mistake because the recipe this book gave for a Paper Plane also called for Anisette instead of Aperol. Here, the Anisette is an interesting choice but doesn't make for an unpleasant drink overall; it gives a bit of an herbal note to what is a classic Paloma vibe. This isn't a bad drink, and I'm not mad at it. This is definitely off the beaten path as far as tequila cocktails go, and well worth trying if you want something different. Cheers!", "undefined", "212 Cocktail",

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212 Cocktail By , May 8, 2009 Hello friends! Tonight I have a cocktail that was invented in 2008 in New York City. The name is a reference to Manhattan's area code and the ratios of the ingredients involved. I was confused by the use of Anisette in this cocktail, and I had never heard of the 212 Cocktail before so I looked up the recipe online. Recipes I found online called for Aperol instead of Anisette, which makes more sense. The Anisette could be a publishing mistake because the recipe this book gave for a Paper Plane also called for Anisette instead of Aperol. Here, the Anisette is an interesting choice but doesn't make for an unpleasant drink overall; it gives a bit of an herbal note to what is a classic Paloma vibe. This isn't a bad drink, and I'm not mad at it. This is definitely off the beaten path as far as tequila cocktails go, and well worth trying if you want something different. Cheers! Hello friends! Tonight I have a cocktail that was invented in 2008 in New York City. The name is a reference to Manhattan's area code and the ratios of the ingredients involved. I was confused by the use of Anisette in this cocktail, and I had never heard of the 212 Cocktail before so I looked up the recipe online. Recipes I found online called for Aperol instead of Anisette, which makes more sense. The Anisette could be a publishing mistake because the recipe this book gave for a Paper Plane also called for Anisette instead of Aperol. Here, the Anisette is an interesting choice but doesn't make for an unpleasant drink overall; it gives a bit of an herbal note to what is a classic Paloma vibe. This isn't a bad drink, and I'm not mad at it. This is definitely off the beaten path as far as tequila cocktails go, and well worth trying if you want something different. Cheers! Ingredients: - Tequila Reposado - Anisette Instructions: 1. Get shaker and add ice 2. Add all ingredients 3. Shake until chilled 4. Get serving glass 5. Fill with ice 6. Strain into glass 7. Garnish w/ Grapefruit Twist Spirit Forward,Refreshing,Sours,Tequila,Anisette,Grapefruit