The Garbo, with Passion Fruit Juice

The Garbo was built with a sweet tooth in mind, could probably be popular with those that like their alcohol hidden. The drink does contain some passion fruit juice, which is probably the least sweet thing in the drink.

With Licor 43 as one of the primary components, you know it’s going to be sweet. The color is that of a passion fruit and the flavor is that of passion fruit with peach notes and potentially a lingering peach vanilla sweetness. However, Licor 43 is a bit stealthy in this drink.

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The Garbo

3/4 oz. Licor 43, 3/4 oz. Peach Schnapps, Top with Passion Fruit Juice

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