A nightcap built from Cynar, Italicus and amontillado sherry.
The versatile amaro stars in a roster of modern classics and lends bitterness to at least half a dozen “50/50s.”
Cynar’s ability to glide between pre- and post-dinner drink formats has made it an icon of the modern bar.
Tropical escapism in five ingredients or less.
How do you navigate the incredible spectrum of amaro styles? Here’s a look at three important expressions—Sicilian, carciofo and alpine—and how to use them in drinks.
We gathered a spirited band of 10 amaro-loving bartenders to submit signature recipes using Cynar, Braulio and Averna.
Built on rosemary-infused mezcal, this drink gets a double dose of amaro by way of Averna and Cynar.
This inventive take on the classic Cynar and Cola recipe calls on DIY cola syrup.
Jamaican rum and Cynar form the base of this tiki-inspired cocktail.
A fruity and bittersweet julep built on Cynar.
How a quirky Prohibition-era bourbon cocktail came to manifest on U.S. drink menus right now.