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Manhattan Cocktail

The Manhattan is one of the most classic cocktails and it's easy to see why. It's wonderfully complex, not too sweet, not too bitter, and wonderful to sip on.

1794 Cocktail 2 rye, 1 campari, 1 sweet vermouth, dash chocolate bitters (optional) I like a tad lighter on the campari (3/4) and with the chocolate bitters

1794 Cocktail 2 rye, 1 campari, 1 sweet vermouth, dash chocolate bitters (optional) I like a tad lighter on the campari and with the chocolate bitters

Dare I Say Cocktail - Imbibe Magazine 1 oz. rye whiskey ½ oz. Fernet-Branca ½ oz. sweet vermouth ½ oz. Aperol 2 dashes rhubarb bitters (sub Peychaud’s in a pinch) Tools: mixing glass, barspoon, strainer glass: coupe Combine all ingredients, stir with ice and strain into a chilled glass.

Dare I Say Cocktail

Dare I Say Cocktail - Imbibe Magazine 1 oz. rye whiskey ½ oz. Fernet-Branca ½ oz. sweet vermouth ½ oz. Aperol 2 dashes rhubarb bitters (sub Peychaud’s in a pinch) Tools: mixing glass, barspoon, strainer glass: coupe Combine all ingredients, stir with ice and strain into a chilled glass.

An American classic - The Manhattan - is made with American whiskey, Italian vermouth, and Angustora bitters (from Trinidad and Tobago).

Manhattan In the early a "cocktail" connoted a drink mixed with bitters. The recipe for this one, which first appeared in Issue comes from Keen's Steakhouse in Manhattan. I actually prefer mine on the rocks.

The Manhattan is one of the finest and oldest cocktails around. It’s a classic and sophisticated cocktail.

Red Moon Over Manhattan Cocktail

The Manhattan is one of the finest and oldest cocktails around. It’s a classic and sophisticated cocktail. For this Red Moon Over Manhattan cocktail recipe, we’ve added a twist to it by incorporating red wine! Much like vintage libations, red wine cocktai

The Black Manhattan 2 oz bourbon or rye whiskey (Buffalo Trace, Bulleit 10) 1 oz Averna 1–2 dashes Angostura bitters Stir all ingredients with ice until cold; strain into a well-chilled cocktail stem. Garnish with a brandied cherry.

The Black Manhattan is Pure Magic

The Black Manhattan 2 oz bourbon or rye whiskey (Buffalo Trace, Bulleit 1 oz Averna dashes Angostura bitters Stir all ingredients with ice until cold; strain into a well-chilled cocktail stem. Garnish with a brandied cherry.

Natoma St.: Amontillado Sherry, Gran Classico, Dry Vermouth, Lemon Twist.

Natoma St.

Natoma Street: Caitlin Laman’s “refreshing, herbal, bitter, sherry-driven cocktail that you can drink all night long.

Sweet Cherry Manhattan

sweet cherry manhattans sweet cherries, stemmed and rinsed, plus 1 for garnish 2 ounces rye or bourbon whiskey ounce sweet, red vermouth 4 drops Angostura bitters ice orange twist

A Mexican ancho chile liqueur and homemade cocktail cherries put a spicy, smoky spin on the classic Manhattan.

The Manhancho 1 ½ oz. Ancho Reyes 2 dashes Angostura bitters cocktail cherry, twist of orange

What if we add absinthe as an optional tenth bottle to our 9-Bottle Bar arsenal? Well, if we do, then drinks like this Waldorf cocktail are suddenly in play. 3 to 4 dashes Angostura bitters  Rinse a mixing glass with absinthe by tilting the glass until the sides are coated, then discard the excess absinthe. Add remaining ingredients. Fill the glass with ice cubes and stir for about 30 seconds. Strain contents into a chilled cocktail glass.

Waldorf Cocktail

The Waldorf Cocktail — oz absinthe, 2 oz rye whiskey, oz sweet vermouth, dashes Angostura bitters

The menu for the Hindenburg bar ran deep. Fifteen wines by glass, spirits, classic cocktails and house specialties. On one flight, the guests consumed all the available whiskey on board, and so the Hindenburg’s signature Kirsch Martini (3 parts kirsch, 1 part dry vermouth, dash of grenadine) was hatched.

Drinking with History: The Hindenburg Martini

The menu for the Hindenburg bar ran deep. Fifteen wines by glass, spirits, classic cocktails and house specialties. On one flight, the guests consumed all the available whiskey on board, and so the Hindenburg’s signature Kirsch Martini (3 parts kirsch, 1 part dry vermouth, dash of grenadine) was hatched.

Perfect Fall Cocktail: Classic Rob Roy Recipe #Drinks #alcohol

Rob Roy Cocktail

Perfect Fall Cocktail: Classic Rob Roy Recipe 2 ounces of Blended Scotch Whiskey 1 ounce sweet vermouth 2 dashes of Angostura bitters 1 lemon peel, for garnish

The Manhattan // HonestlyYUM

Manhattan Cocktail

One of America’s earliest cocktails, the Sazerac is a homegrown New Orleans specialty. Peychaud’s Bitters are a key element and were created by Antoine Peychaud, a French Quarter pharmacist, who invented the cocktail in the 1830s. The Sazerac was originally made with cognac, but an insect epidemic destroyed many French vineyards and resulted in the lasting switch to rye whiskey.

Sazerac

Embarcadero: Meet the trifecta of perfectly balanced, bittersweet flavor: amaro, sweet vermouth and rye.

The Red Queen - Cranberry Juice, Gin, St Germain (Elderflower Liqueur), Lemon Juice, Cranberries Threaded on Cocktail Sticks to Garnish.

Festive cocktails: The Red Queen

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