A rye whiskey and mezcal-based Old Fashioned that's made special by a splash of amaro.
This whiskey-laced, bittersweet red wine-like, three-ingredient cocktail is best appreciated as an after-dinner digestive or late-night refresher.
This subtly mandarin orange-influenced Sweet Manhattan is made drier and all the more complex, not by dashes of bitters, but by a slug of Italian amaro.
Spirituous, smoky, earthy, bittersweet, floral, herbal and complex. I've reduced the original serve by one-third to produce a complex, serious and most
Bittersweet spirituous armagnac with nutty fruity maraschino.
Bittersweet with zesty citrus and subtle carbonation lifting and enlivening deeper rooty and herbal notes.
Big flavours combine harmoniously in this Manhattan riff which substitutes bitters for an amaro.
A classic Manhattan with amaro in place of sweet vermouth. Heavier in style and with distinctive bitter chocolate and light spice.
A spirit-forward (bourbon) Manhattan-style digestivo.
Whisps of characterful whisky lace this spirit-forward bittersweet late-night sipper.
Negroni in name and Negroni in style with the sweetness of Aperol countered by the use of amaro.
There may be some chocolate in your coffee liqueur and perhaps cocoa beans play a role in the amaro, but like the Coffee Cocktail (which has no coffee)
Bittersweet and spicy this is a warming, comforting winter aperitivo.
Spirit-forward with heavy herbal flavours lifted by zesty orange.
Tiki meets the aperitivo/digestivo in this sweet 'n' sour almond daiquiri. Like other daiquiris, this cocktail benefits from dilution so, hence the serve
A delicious stirred down, grappa laced aperitif or summertime digestif.
There's a pleasingly bittersweet cola bite to this spirit-forward aperitivo/digestivo.
Mezcal and bittersweet coffee, freshened with zesty citrus.
A refreshing Pimm's Cup-like. A great long drink to come home to.
An alluringly complex blend of bittersweet, herbal and fruity components that results in a cocktail greater than its parts.
Bittersweet and lightly spicy notes from amaro play an important role in this cocktail well beyond just the name.
Spirit-forward and bittersweet with faint floral elderflower and whisps of mezcal.
A hardcore but sublime drink.
We do like a pun and this one is a particularly tasty aperitivo.
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