Bitter Sour Amaro Cocktail Recipe

The Bitter Swagger

A “total cocktail nerd drink” that see pisco, egg white and amaro shaken together, from Memphis bartender Nick Talarico.

Bitter Sour Cocktail Recipe

Canelli Sour

Building on a base of Contratto Bitter and tequila, combined with grapefruit and lemon juice as well as house-made vanilla syrup, Swenson takes the agave and citrus hallmarks or summer classics like the Paloma and Margarita and dresses them up for fall in this frothy, bitter-inflected sour.

Brandy Crusta Cocktail Recipe

Brandy Crusta

Invented in the 1850s in New Orleans, the Brandy Crusta was one of the city’s first true calling-card cocktails.

Silver and Sand

Silver and Sand

Blood & Sand, a private cocktail club, offers 10 variations on the classic cocktail for which it is named. This is the most popular version.

Senorita Spritz

Señorita Spritz

Somewhere between tiki and canonical classic sits the Señorita Spritz, a genre-bending cocktail crafted from ingredients whose origins span the globe.

East of Eden

East of Eden

A more delicate alternative to most brunch cocktails, the East of Eden combines gin, lemon juice, elderflower liqueur, and an inventive Gewürztraminer syrup.

Grievous Angel

Grievous Angel

The bourbon-based Grievous Angel softens the hit of whiskey with a touch of St-Germain’s floral sweetness alongside strawberry syrup, and kicks everything up with the addition of bitters and citrus for refreshing brunch-ready fruit sour.

Delores Royale

Delores Royale

In a clear wink to the seasonal change from summer to fall, the Delores Royale adds weight to the smoky mezcal base by way of apricot liqueur and amontillado sherry.

Fall Cocktail Recipes

False Start

Westlight’s False Start is a stirred drink garnished with a cucumber that balances reposado tequila with bitter, nutty Cardamaro, rosso vermouth and Cynar, for a drink that’s rich but surprisingly light on its feet.

oaxaca old fashioned

Oaxaca Old Fashioned

This is the drink that opened the American mixology world’s eyes to the potential of using tequila and mezcal in cocktails.

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