A Strega-spiked nod to neo-Gothic architecture.
Equal parts rye and sugar, this strong play on simple syrup is a necessary component of the Bitter Handshake, a recipe from Brad Thomas Parsons' book, Bitters.
Sometimes coming up with a name for an original cocktail is a challenge, and other times it just comes to you when you’re watching a YouTube clip from the multiplayer…
An after-dinner Fernet Old-Fashioned brightened with a blood orange reduction.
Damon Boelte, the bar director at Brooklyn’s Prime Meats, has an affinity for naming his original drinks after songs, albums and musicians including this autumnal Champagne cocktail.
American expatriate Leo Engel was working at the Criterion Hotel in London when he supposedly created the Alabazam, an obscure recipe that appears in his 1878 book American and Other…
This jewel-colored winter citrus reduction is one part of the Bitter Handshake, a cocktail by Andrew Bohrer from Brad Thomas Parsons' book, Bitters.
Sweet-tart and deep, dark purple, this summer simple syrup accompanies the Shady Lane cocktail from Brad Thomas Parsons' book, Bitters.
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