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Jeremy Oertel's take on the Manhattan was the top vote-getter at our tasting of 17 Manhattan recipes.
Paul Calvert and Greg Best's low-proof fall punch features dry cider and cranberry cordial alongside Italian vermouth, lemon juice and freshly grated nutmeg.
In this low-proof punch, Caitlin Laman hews closely to the traditional five-ingredient punch formula but trades the spirit for a mix of manzanilla sherry and red vermouth
Drawing from the ingredients that she herself would most want at the end of the night, Kimberly Rosselle pairs dry vermouth with the floral notes of St-Germain and the bitterness of Amaro Lucano.
For his version of the classic Negroni, bartender Naren Young loses the equal parts ratio in favor of a more gin-heavy drink that dials back on the Campari and sweet vermouth.
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.
Alta Linea's Frozen Negroni takes the classic Italian staple and dresses it up in a new summer look by way of grapefruit sorbet.
At his cocktail bar near the Vatican, Massimo D’Addezio combines mezcal and Martini Gran Lusso with bitter flavors and an amaro infused with Cinchona, Peruvian bark and bitter orange.
This twist on the classic Negroni uses Vermouth del Professore Classico, an aromatized wine made from Moscato grapes and based on a recipe created by Rome's The Jerry Thomas Project.
The Dukes' Martini—murderously dry and cold—is famous worldwide and cherished by some as the definitive expression of the Martini.