Zingy, sweet and sour, fruity and bourbon laced.
I must confess to preferring my Manhattans served Sweet, or Perfect at a push. The Manhattan is complex, challenging and moreish. Best of all, it's available
This superb drink is better if the shaker and its contents are placed in the refrigerator for several hours prior to mixing with ice. This allows the mint
Smooth with a hint of citrus sourness and an invigorating blast of whiskey.
Bourbon whiskey soured with lemon juice and smoothed by egg white.
Basically a Negroni with bourbon replacing gin. A combo which Negroni lovers should try.
Beautifully balanced bourbon and fresh lemon.
A Whiskey Sour made with honey syrup in place of sugar.
A short variation on the classic Julep: lightly sweetened bourbon and mint.
A bone dry Manhattan for those with dry palates. If you like Dry Martinis then be sure to try one of these.
The medium-dry version of the classic Manhattan cocktail.
Rich (medium-dry and spirituous this old-fashioned is all too easy to drink and fortunately, easy to make.
A whiskey-based twist on the classic Tom Collins.
A mint flavoured version of the Whiskey Sour.
Hot, watered down bourbon stirred with orange oils. Simple but very tasty.
Basically a 'perfect' bourbon-based Manhattan with a generous dash of maraschino liqueur. The lack of Amer Picon in this recipe as well as the use of bourbon
Sweetened, soured and diluted bourbon.
Aromatised, tamed bourbon with complex maraschino notes. Basically, a Whiskey Old Fashioned with maraschino in place of sugar syrup. Surprisingly dry,
An orange-influenced, sweet and sour whiskey cocktail.
A bourbon sour with a touch of maraschino adding an almondy cherry note.
Depending on your coffee liqueur, this can be a tad on the dry side so I've added a splash of sugar. Hence, according to your own tastes, you may want
Make this with homemade pomegranate syrup (in which case combine the grenadine and sugar syrup measures) and this cocktail will be rust coloured. Made
Bittersweet, fruity and complex. A summery aperitivo.
This is a spirited, sweet and sour combination - like most politicians.
I find the classic formulation more sweet than sour and prefer the 4:2:8 ratio.
A very Sweet Manhattan with lemon juice.
This bright red drink tastes more adult than it looks.
Sweet coffee and orange smoothed by a creamy top. A veritable dessert in a glass. (Better when made with a dry coffee liqueur.)
A perfect Manhattan smoothed by egg white.
Bone dry - I prefer with the addition of half spoon sugar syrup.
Basically a miserly Sweet Manhattan.
This venerable, bourbon led classic has a strong citrus flavour.
A deliciously subtly absinthe (anise) and maraschino (cherry) influenced fresh take on the classic Manhattan. Serve on-the-rocks as illustrated here or
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