Cocktails

Negroni

Dry Gin

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Red Bitters

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Sweet Vermouth

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Negroni

Dry Gin

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Red Bitters

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Sweet Vermouth

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If you like a Negroni, you probably actually love a Negroni. It’s just that kind of drink. Bittersweet, bright and never shy. A high-wire balancing act that would only be attempted by three bold ingredients such as these. This red-hued classic is unmistakable, even at a quick glance, and especially once you’ve had your first sip. 

“A Negroni is a perfect drink as far as I'm concerned. It's three liquors that I'm not particularly interested in but put them together with a slice of orange. It works. ”
Anthony Bourdain

Manhattan

Rye Whiskey

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Sweet Vermouth

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Bitters

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Manhattan

Rye Whiskey

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Sweet Vermouth

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Bitters

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It’s a historical fact that the Manhattan is the party starter. Sure, it’s spirited but it’s still refreshing. You get bold sophistication but with a peppery bit that can spice things up just right. With each sip comes a little more truth and a little more confidence to speak it.

“Our two best agents for stimulating appetite are whisky, in small doses of one or two drams three times a day, or a Manhattan cocktail half an hour before meals.”
Journal of the American Medical Association, 1902

Old Fashioned

Bourbon Whiskey

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Orange Bitters

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Cane Sugar

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Old Fashioned

Bourbon Whiskey

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Orange Bitters

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Cane Sugar

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The Old Fashioned is the OG cocktail.  It’s as classic as it gets, and – when done right – it’s the mark of a master. You want to taste the bourbon, followed by a hint of sweet, a touch of orangey citrus and rounded out at the finish with the warming spice of bitters.

“You do not mash up fruit of any kind in an Old Fashioned. To do so implies a perverted nastiness of mind.”
Martin Doudoroff