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An example of the Vieux Chapeau, the mixed drink (drink), by Heather Mojer, Cafe du Pays, Cambridge MA, featuring armagnac, mezcal, Byrrh Grand Quinquina, Bénédictine, absinthe, and salt; photo by Lee Edwards

 Vieux Chapeau

1 oz Armagnac

1 oz mezcal

1 oz Byrrh

0.25 oz Benedictine

1 pinch of salt

Stir with ice.

Rinse the serving glass with absinthe or pastis.

Strain into a cocktail glass or a double rocks glass filled with large ice cube.

No garnish.

Heather Mojer, Cafe du Pays, Cambridge MA

Byrrh Grand Quinquina bottle

Byrrh Grand Quinquina

FranceRoussillon 18.0% ABV

18.0% ABV

Byrrh Grand Quinquina is made to the original late-19th century recipe that earned worldwide fame and inspired fifty years of evocative poster art. Byrrh combines a generous, port-like wine and mistelle base with a firm backbone of natural quinine to produce a fruity, refreshing aperitif by itself, with tonic and a twist, or paired with blue cheese. In cocktails, Byrrh mixes well with vodka, gin, cognac, tequila, Irish whiskey, and grapefruit. Byrrh is produced in Thuir, in the heart of French Catalan territory, near the coast and border with Spain. Full details

Byrrh Grand Quinquina label

SKU Vintage Region Origin Desc Cepage % Alc Size/Pack Finish BTL Barcode Cs Barcode Cs Wgt
HZ 9560NVRoussillonFRQuinquina/ChinatoGrenache noir, Carignan18.0%750/12screwcap6306372243590357283122435317.30 kg