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  1. I gave it a try and it was really pretty nice. I did bump the Orgeat to 1 ounce and replace Angostura Bitters with Peychaud's. It's probably a sin, but I really don't like Angostura Bitters very much :-) Anyway, thanks for the direction. Now I have at least two drinks for the Feni. Bests, Howard
  2. I'll certainly give that a try. I can't get Feni in Maryland yet, so I'm trying to find out if I really like it before going through the bottle. The Orgeat I make is similar to T'Ogreat, but not as thick, a little less sweet and a bit nuttier. I will say the Feni doesn't get buried in a drink. I made one last night that was my hopes for the Easy Spirit. 1.5 oz Feni, oz St-Germain, 2 oz Fresh Grapefruit Juice, .5 oz of Peach Puree and .25 oz fresh lime juice. It wasn't bad, but not something I crave to make again. I'll give your suggestion a try and let you know. Thanks for the help and have a great day. Howard
  3. Hi Leslie. Yep, as a matter of fact the recipe above is from a list of 6 Tiki drinks, but sadly, none with amounts... BTW, I love Tiki drinks. I'm just not skilled enough to create one. I'm pretty good at making changes to my liking, but starting from just ingredients is still beyond me. Have a great day!
  4. Thanks for replying. It's 85 Proof, so I'm inclined to say it's not really a liqueur. It does state on the bottle, "Cashew Apple Brandy w/natural flavors". It reminds me of St-Germain a tiny bit, but it's got quite a bit more bite. It's not sweet like a liqueur, but more like Ciroc Vodka for example. Their website and another have some interesting recipes, but they don't give the amounts, which is killing me because some of them look really interesting. One of the recipes I find interesting says, "Feni, Orgeat, Lime Juice and Ango Bitters". It sounds so good, but I have no idea where to start as far as amounts. I wrote the company and unfortunately, they got the recipes from different bartenders, but have no other information. I'm guessing that the fruity flavor is that of the Cashew apple, but never having tasted one, I really can't say. I know that's much help, but it's all I have :-)
  5. Hi, My name is Howard and this is my first time on this forum. I have a bottle of Feni and am looking for recipes. The web site has a bunch, but not amounts or parts for measuring. Any other recipes have been the same. I like experimenting, but I need a starting point. Anyone tried any Feni recipes?? Thank you in advance. Howard