Navarrico

Mar 25, 2024

Navarrico Butano

Materials

  • 4 oz fluffy orange juice from a high-speed juicer* See notes below for alternate
  • 1/4 oz Sambuca or Pastis** (or other Anise liqueur) See notes
  • 3/4 oz Sloe gin** See notes
  • 3/4 OZ Campari or any Italian Bitter Liqueur
  • 1/2 oz Apple cider vinegar
  • Orange wedges for garnish

Notes

* Alternately, use juice spun in a high-speed blender with 1 to 2 pieces of ice or agitated with a handheld frother.
** In this recipe, we have used an anise liquor like Sambuca and Sloe Gin to replace the Spanish liqueur Patxaran Barañano, made from macerated sloe berries and anisette. As it is not always easy to source in North America. If you do have access to Patxaran Barañano, use 1 oz in place of the sloe gin and anise liquor.

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