Monte Cassino


Shake with ice in cocktail shaker and strain
¾ oz Benedictine (2 cl)
¾ oz Yellow Chartreuse (2 cl)
¾ oz fresh lemon juice (2 cl)
¾ oz rye whiskey (2 cl)
Serve in a cocktail glass (4.5 oz)

Notes:

Adapted from a drink created in 2010 by Damon Dyer at Louis 649, New York. Named after Monte Cassino, a rocky hill nearly Rome, which is known for its historic monastery, built on the site where St. Benedict of Nursia established the Benedictine Order.

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