Dry and quiet; the enduring standard of sherry cocktails.


  • Served in coupe
  • 16% ABV


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Sherry Dry x 4.5cl 1.5oz
Vermouth Dry x 4.5cl 1.5oz
Orange bitters Two dashes
Angostura bitters Two dashes
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  1. Add all ingredients to a mixing glass.
  2. Add ice and stir until chilled.
  3. Strain into a chilled coupe or cocktail glass.


One of the oldest and enduring sherry cocktails, often served as an aperitif.

It was originally created by German bartender Louis Eppinger in the Grand Hotel in Japan.

Many modern bartends will twist the original recipe by adding a splash of cane syrup or a sweet liqueur to balance out the dryness of the vermouth.

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