Reminiscent of a Martini but sans vermouth, sweetened with dash of sugar and balanced by heavy use of bitters.
Herbal with hints of apple, mint and eucalyptus. This classic is also often made with green Chartreuse but we prefer as per classic recipes with half Yellow
Old-school, but approachably so. Dry and herbal. A great aperitif.
Kappeler's 1895 recipe calls for the Old Tom gin and orange bitters to be stirred with ice and strained into a glass, with port poured down the side of
Spicy rye whiskey sweetened and given an orange accent by a splash of triple sec and heightened with a couple of dashes of Peychaud's bitters.
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