Hearth • New York CityThis drink is named for a 15th-century Italian monk who was hanged forpreaching against the excesses of Renaissance life. It's made withItalian vermouth and Frangelico, which comes in a bottle shaped like a monk.

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  • In an ice-filled rocks glass, combine the sweet vermouth and Frangelico. Addthe lemon juice, lime juice and Simple Syrup and stir well. Garnish with the orange wedge and cherry

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