This classic Old Fashioned cocktail recipe uses bourbon while stripping out the mid-century addition of soda while keeping the orange slice and cherry that are commonly associated with the cocktail.
Grab a drink and travel through time as we explore the history and evolution of the Old Fashioned one drink at a time from whiz-bang bartenders from the 1800s to Wisconsin supper clubs to today’s craft cocktail rooms.
Our Manhattan Cocktail recipe uses the classic 2 to 1 rye to vermouth ratio with the addition of a bing cherry to compliment the smokiness of the rye whiskey and is served on a big rock to keep everything ice…
The Perfect Manhattan cocktail gets its name from the equal amounts of sweet and dry vermouth in it. It’s also no surprise that a drink recipe named after Manhattan would have a variation that calls itself perfect.
The Boulevardier Cocktail is one of those classic cocktails that everyone should drink on a regular basis. A combination of rye whiskey, Campari, and sweet vermouth the Boulevardier is what you’d get if a Negroni and a Manhattan had a…
The Boulevardier Cocktail is a simple combination of rye whiskey, Campari, and sweet vermouth that creates a delicious cocktail that is well balanced and has an interesting history worth exploring.
If you love making classic cocktails this unique collection of recipes is filled with twists that turn a host of favorites on their heads with clever techniques and creative ingredients.