"This one's like a Manhattan with Dubonnet® and Cointreau® in place of sweet vermouth. Dubonnet® is a fortified red wine, flavored with herbs and fruit and cinchona bark. Rye whiskey can be used in place of bourbon if desired."
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Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Pour bourbon, herbal red wine, orange-flavored liqueur, and bitters over ice; add lemon peel and orange peel. Cover shaker, shake vigorously to release oils from peels, and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.