Stirred down and boozy so suited to late night sipping. This cocktail has broader appeal when served on-the-rocks in an old-fashioned glass, either way
By Luana Bosello, Italy “One summer evening, I was in Rome, sitting in a downtown square. I was waiting for 5 p.m., the time scheduled for my first
Sweet Manhattan-like in style with chamomile liqueur adding its distinctive floral flavour and honeyed sweetness.
This Manhattan-like drink is one of many to emerge since 2006 taking their inspiration from the Brooklyn cocktail.
It's bitter Giuseppe, best you enjoy this as an aperitivo.
Bittersweet and whisky-laced but smoothed and mellowed by honeyed richness.
Brandy-based, bittersweet and herbal. A good after-dinner digestif.
A slightly sweeter, less bitter, rhubarb-influenced riff on a classic Negroni.
This equal parts stirred down cocktail is either a boozy aperitif or a bittersweet digestif come nightcap. Whatever classification, it’s tasty.
Not the most endearing of names but this spiritous late-night sipper has broad family appeal beyond just uncles, so long as they have a taste for bittersweet
Reminiscent of a genever manhattan served on the dry side with notes of Cynar.
Don't worry if you don't have any chocolate bitters, this drink has enough complexity without the extra bitterness.
A bourbon-laced, spirit-forward after-dinner digestive.
A Sweet Manhattan with Cynar and orange bitters. What's not to like?
An Irish whiskey-based, bittersweet aperitif cocktail that works equally well as a nightcap.
Bittersweet with zesty citrus and subtle carbonation lifting and enlivening deeper rooty and herbal notes.
A riff on the Rabo-de-Galo with bittersweet aperitivo in place of sweet vermouth.
Chocolate and raisin flavours with delicate herbal spice add complexity to this Rum Negroni.
This rye whiskey-based, Manhattan-like, bittersweet cocktail makes for a great aperitivo.
Bold flavours combine harmoniously if this characterful riff on a classic Martinez
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