Cocktail Cabinet No.50
The Daisy Cutter
However, Yellow Chartreuse was launched in 1838 as a legitimate variant of Green Chartreuse. It is a softer, smoother and more luscious botanical liqueur than its green sibling, and so works perfectly here.
The Daisy Cutter has had varying ingredients over the years, including Absinthe. The Savoy Cocktail Book has a Yellow Daisy cocktail and general Daisy Cocktails are a variant on the Margherita.
This version was invented by modern cocktail master Simon Difford.
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