Articles Tagged: sweet vermouth

Night on the Town

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Inspired by Cynar, I concocted this after-dinner variation on the Manhattan cocktail.

Cynar is a bitter liqueur made from artichokes and herbs, so this has a little bit of a vegetal flavor you don’t normally find in a Manhattan. It’s a digestif, meaning you drink it after a meal.

Don’t let the artichoke thing scare you! Cynar is a complex bitter that really adds some oomph to your drink. I imagine drinking it after a … Read more

Negroni

post iconNegroni: A unique, Italian cocktail with a fun history. …Read More

Italian Stallion

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The Maker’s Heart

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Created by mixologist Ryan Goodspeed of Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink in Miami, Florida, the Maker’s Heart is the perfect cocktail for your whiskey-drinking Valentine. This cocktail combines the spicy notes of Maker’s 46 with the sweetness of fresh berries and pomegranate juice. Throw is some vermouth and lemon juice and you’re all set. Not as traditional as a box of chocolates, but much more fun! More Valentine’s Day Cocktails.

Courtesy of Maker’s Mark.… Read more

Fireside Martini

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On these cold winter nights, what you need is a cocktail! Here’s one designed for nights by the fire. Courtesy of Grey Goose.… Read more

Champino

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Courtesy of Campari.… Read more

Beet-iful Apples

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Created by Mixologist Gina Chersevani of PS 7’s in Washington D.C., this fall punch uses seasonal flavors including apple and red beets to complement the Highland Park. This delicious and potent punch is not only the perfect drink to serve with your turkey and stuffing, but it’s beet red color will make a statement on your holiday table. Courtesy of Highland Park.… Read more

The Autumn Aperitif

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Courtesy of Ketel One.… Read more

Little Princess

 

 

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Dublin Cocktail

Our St. Patrick’s Day twist on the Manhattan!… Read more

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