"Tony Gurdian, lead barman at the acclaimed restaurant Imperial, in Portland, Oregon, says that this drink “is a play off the original Alexander cocktail that eventually became the very famous brandy Alexander. The original Alexander was made with gin and never gained as much fame as his brandy counterpart. In this recipe I use Dutch gin [also known as genever, jenever, or Holland gin], which is much maltier than London dry gin. With . . . the addition of green chartreuse and orange liqueur, this drink is wonderful around the holidays.” 


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