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Cocktails & Spirits

irish whiskey, green chartreuse, and sweet vermouth cocktail?

french roast | Dec 2, 200909:37 AM     5

Please help. There was an article I read somewhere about this time last year--I want to say it was either in Gourmet or the New Yorker--about a guy who goes into a bar with a terrible cold, and the bartender makes him a concoction using irish whiskey, green chartreuse, and sweet vermouth that clears his head, warms the insides, and all that good stuff. It wasn't published as a recipe per se, but the article did give the proper proportions for the drink. I made it, and absolutely loved it. Of course, now I can't find the article, and have no idea how to recreate it. Does anyone remember reading this, or happen to know the proportions to the drink I'm talking about? Thanks!

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