You've had a day. But there's people to meet and entertain and you're not done working just yet (it just looks a lot more like play).
You’ve had a day. But there’s people to meet and entertain and you’re not done working just yet (it just looks a lot more like play).
You should be drinking this drink at Maybe Sammy, The Frank.
There’s few things more classy than a stirred, spirit-forward cocktail served up. A Martini, a Manhattan, whatever your poison, they’re the drinks you drink when loosening your tie won’t do — the kind of drink to transition from the day into the night.
The Frank fits that bill nicely. Blanco tequila — Mexican whiskey, the Yanks of Frank’s era used to call it — mezcal, Campari, vermouth and Amaro Montenegro. It’s a complex cast of characters worthy of the Rat Pack itself.
You might think that the proportions on this drink are a little strange, and you’d be right. This recipe here makes one single serve of the drink, whereas at Maybe Sammy, they make a 750ml bottle of the stuff and pop it in the fridge for quick service.
After all, you have had a day.
- 12ml blanco tequila
- 12ml mezcal
- 12ml sweet vermouth
- 12ml dry vermouth
- 5ml Amaro Montenegro
- 25ml Campari
- Stir down with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Recipe from Maybe Sammy, Sydney.