A Fresh Hanky is my own variation on David Lebovitz's Suzy's Hanky (in turn, Lebovitz's variation on a Hanky Panky), swapping out the sweet vermouth for dry, necessitated by the fact that I had run out of dry. Though, to be honest, once one hits a flavor note - bitterness in this case - pursuing that note to the extreme is always an intriguing adventure.
I initially suggested Dry Hanky as the name but my tasters (wife and English Prof) were unimpressed. I decided Fresh Hanky is more appealing - evoking clean linens still warm from the dryer. Tasters approved. The drink itself was a hit, too.
My Fresh Hanky recipe:
1.5 oz London dry gin
1 oz dry vermouth
.5 oz Suze
.5 oz Grand Marnier
Stir all but orange with ice to chill. Strain into a serving glass. Garnish with the orange twist.