Perhaps my favourite of the many renditions of the Brooklyn cocktail due to being dry yet made approachable by faint sweet maraschino and bittersweet herbal
Amaro takes the place of aromatic bitters and adds bitter-sweetness in this riff on a Dry Manhattan.
A Sweet Manhattan with a herbal touch of Bénédictine and cognac. Drier and more complex than our Preakness Cocktail recipe.
Basically, a classic Manhattan with amaro in place of sweet vermouth. Heavier in style and with distinctive bitter chocolate and light spice.
Bittersweet herbal and citrusy notes influence this aperitivo-style riff on a classic Manhattan.
Not as oddball as it sounds, the Chartreuse combines harmoniously.
Elderflower replaces sweet vermouth in this floral Manhattan.
A dry and delicately ginger spiced Manhattan with a touch of Tokyo courtesy of a slug of Japanese sake.
A Sweet Rye Manhattan with a long spicy finish.
Many make this drink with 30ml amaretto and 15ml dry vermouth and, as you'd expect, the result is sweet with amaretto predominating. This 2013 formula
A Sweet Manhattan with subtle hint of walnut.
Those with a sweet tooth should not be misled by the use of the word sweet in the name of this drink, which refers to the use of sweet vermouth in what
Bourbon and toffee orange. This was originally a shaken drink so in this stirred recipe I've added a splash of water to replicate the dilution imparted
Flavours combine harmoniously with the character of the bourbon still evident.
The world city of cocktails is, and pretty much always has been, New York. (I'd argue London during Prohibition and the 1990s). NYC comprises five boroughs,
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
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