With both amaretto and apricot in it, this cocktail has some nice nutty features.
Amaro CioCiaro might not be what you stumble upon at any random store, but if you find a bottle – just buy it!
A rye heavy drink, with a cool touch of yellow Chartreuse.
A tiki overload with banana, cinnamon and pineapple. But with no rum though…
A cocktail born out of limitations – using only ingredients on hand. This is Limitations No. 2.
The Bartender’s Bingo is excellent proof that just fooling around in your liquor cabinet might result in something grand.
Seeing pineapple rum in any cocktail recipe always gets us interested. The tropical tasting Vieux Ananas by Ezra Star is certainly no exception.
The Exile in Ryeville cocktail, found in Brad Thomas Parsons’s book Bitters, is a twist on a classic Sidecar.
Apple juice in a cocktail? Yes, it’s far less usual than for example orange juice or grapefruit juice. But Leo Robitschek’s Mott and Mulberry cocktail is a perfect example of how delicious and well-working apple juice can be in a cocktail.
Time for a true classic – The Manhattan!
We like how balanced this cocktail is. It’s many different flavours compliment each other and create a boozy and stiff cocktail, that’s still so easy and enjoyable to sip.
The recipe we found in The Nomad Cocktail Book. Yes, we finally bought their cookbook just to get hold of the attached cocktail book. Actually just this single cocktail made it worth it, it’s that good!