A subtle update to the 1920s-era classic.
Fernet-Branca has become much more than just a sledgehammer in the bartender’s toolkit. Here are six drinks that prove just how nuanced it can be.
Strong, brown and stirred with an extra Fernet kick.
A “deep dark Negroni, turned on its head.”
"The darkest Dark 'n' Stormy" courtesy of Fernet-Branca evangelist Damon Boelte.
A silky-smooth sour with a bitter bite courtesy of Fernet-Branca.
This Kalimotxo-inspired riff takes the Spanish classic in a new direction with a splash of Fernet-Branca.
In her punch-like Black Mamba, Stephanie Teslar combines rich house-mulled wine with gin and applejack.
The mellow coffee flavor of Galliano Ristretto balances the bright notes of herbs and mint of St-Germain and Fernet Branca to form a sipping cocktail that will keep the night…
A neo-tiki Negroni, made with blackstrap rum and "Ferrari."
Long considered an afterthought among serious drinkers, the blended Scotch category is slowly becoming a hotbed for innovation.