Amaro takes the place of aromatic bitters and adds bitter-sweetness in this riff on a Dry Manhattan.
This Negroni-style cocktail is a riff on the Old Pal with bianco vermouth, which has a more mellowing effect on the whiskey than the dry vermouth traditionally
Dry sparkling wine dilutes and adds pleasing biscuity notes to this apricot gin sour.
Far from being a wreck, this boat is worthy of re-floating, indeed cruising upon. Its displacement is perfectly balanced and it handles well. However,
A Negroni-style cocktail served up. Heavy on the gin and relatively light on bitter liqueur and vermouth. It's a formula that works but like us, you may
This Italian-American blend is better and even more gripping than Godfather II.
An agave-based old-fashioned with a wonderful hit of smokiness from the mezcal. Like many cocktails, Philip's original recipe (of 45 ml Reposado tequila,
As a born and bred Londoner, I'm slightly miffed that a New Yorker has applied the name of our great city to a drink using French and Italian products,
A mezcal inspired variation of the Last Word with a refreshing, spirit-forward blend of ingredients.
A 2:1 Dry Martini with a slug of triple sec and dashes of absinthe contributing zesty orange and subtle aniseed respectively.
Dry and boozy, this delicious late-night sipper unusually mixes two different single pot-still spirits, one smoky Mexican agave and the other characterful
Margarita-like, enriched with pomegranate molasses and charged with a touch of chili heat.
Negroni-like with tequila rather than gin and a touch of star anise spice.
The Last Word is classically made with gin, maraschino, Chartreuse and lime juice. In this riff, whiskey replaces the gin, and Mr Ward switches citrus
Spirit-forward and cleansing with gin, floral elderflower with zesty citrus.
Tart and dry with the unmistakable funky twang of Batavia arrack.
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