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Paper Plane

Created in 2007 by Sam Ross, mixologist in New York, it has made the cocktail bars all over the world fall in love and now it has become a "Modern Classic". In 2016 the New York Times celebrated it as the representative of the category of "Equal-parts cocktails", which means those cocktails with maximum five ingredients in equal parts.


4,5 cl Amaro Nonino Quintessentia® 4,5 cl Aperol 4,5 cl Bourbon 4,5 cl fresh lemon

How to

Mix equal parts of Aperol, Bourbon, Amaro Nonino Quintessentia®, and freshly squeezed and strained lemon juice. Shake over ice and strain.