The orange, lime, clove, rosemary, and alcohol are pretty common ingredients and we have rosewater for the roses. Storax is sweetgum and jasmine is used in marshmallow making here in the United States, so I subbed in agave syrup for its flavor. Bergamot orange has an orange-lemon flavor, slightly bitter, so I used Cointreau mixed with lemon and crushed rosemary, which sufficed. To rest your fears, I didn't use musk (animal parts) in the recipe! The end result is an aromatic, late summer draught, tasting sweet and sour with a long palate of rose and clove.
Amor and Psyche
2 1/2 ounces Cointreau
3/4 ounce fresh squeezed lemon juice
1/4 ounce lime-imparted agave syrup
5 drops rosewater, plus 1 for finish
2 small sprigs of rosemary
Spank a sprig of rosemary and place it in a small snifter. Shake Cointreau, lemon, agave syrup, rosewater, and second rosemary sprig. Double strain into a snifter. Top with one drop of rosewater and a sprinkle of ground clove.