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 Negronis, you probably actually love Negronis. It’s just that kind of drink. Bittersweet and boozy. 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.

Tasting Notes: Bright orange and grapefruit with fresh juniper and a juicy, yet bitter, finish.

“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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This one is the sophisticated extrovert. Sure, it’s spirit-forward, but still refreshing. The Manhattan is bold and spices things up with its peppery bite. With each sip comes a little more truth and a little more confidence to speak it.

Tasting Notes: Herbaceous spicy profile with dark cherry and cinnamon undertones.

“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 original 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 orangey citrus and rounded out at the finish with the warming spice of bitters.

Tasting Notes: Vanilla, citrus and caramel on the palate going into a stone fruit and spice finish.

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