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Cocktails with Sweet Vermouth
The Gaelic cousin of the popular Manhattan.
A popular variant of the classic Martini.
Some would call the Manhattan the most classic cocktail, or the King of Cocktails.
Can make it dry using dry vermouth, or stronger using equal parts of vodka and vermouth; add lemon peel squeezed on the glass rim for a bitter taste or give it a few dashes of bitter. Make it a long drink adding 7up or club soda to tall glass
A classic italian aperitif, popular among the American tourists in Italy in the early 1900s.
This version of the classic Manhattan incorporates a few additional ingredients that add some sweetness to the classic Manhattan. I think that these additions make this drink more palatable than the traditional Manhattan and accentuate the positive qualities of the Whiskey.
A popular italian pre-dinner cocktail. If you like the taste of Campari.
A popular rival to the Martini and the Manhattan.
Your run of the mill Manhattan, with the exception that it uses both types of Vermouth, removing the need for bitters by balancing the mixture.
A Manhattan with Apple Brandy
A very simple apero to prepare when you feel tired after a hard day.
The Leap Year is a somewhat popular cocktail, at least it's been around for many years (1930's at least) and if it is not on the tips of tongues, it is at least in the back of some minds and a well-rounded Martini alternative. This is a sort of enhanced Gin & It or an orange-flavored Emerson.
A savory gin cocktail with a hint of anise and black walnut.
A variation on the Negroni with a whisky base.
A scotch cocktail named after the 1922 movie.
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