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  • 200ml amontillado sherry
  • 400ml tomato juice
  • a couple of squeezes lemon juice
  • 8-12 dashes Tabasco, according to taste
  • 8-12 dashes Worcestershire sauce, according to taste


  • 4 small pitted green olives
  • 2 pickled guindillas or pickled green chillies, stalks removed, cut in half
  • 2 anchovy fillets


  • STEP 1

    Fill a mixing jug with ice and add all of the ingredients except those for the garnish. Mix well then strain into a chilled collins or highball glass filled with ice. To make the garnish, take a toothpick (longer ones are better for balancing on the glass) and slide 1 olive onto the end. Follow this with 1 end of the anchovy fillet followed by a chilli piece and another olive. Slide the other end of the anchovy fillet on top and finish with the final chilli piece. Repeat to make a second garnish.


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Hannah GuinnessSenior sub editor and drinks writer

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