A modern Manhattan on the rocks.
There’s a reason why the Golden Age recipe has inspired more modern classic cocktails than any other.
A riff on the American classic calls for Cognac and orange liqueur.
Three top bartenders reimagine the iconic blueprint with cocktails that nod to tradition yet look to the future.
Keyatta Mincey-Parker’s fig-infused Manhattan riff calls on the flavors of fall.
Herbaceous modifers lend dimension to Stephanie Andrews’ Manhattan riff.
An unconventional two-ingredient Manhattan from Miami's Tom Lasher-Walker.
In “Masters of X,” we spotlight bartenders chasing perfection in one drink. Here, Caitlin Laman breaks down her bold take on the timeless Manhattan.
Defying the rules of convention can yield surprising—and scandalous—results.
It's no surprise that the simple whiskey classic has inspired countless modern riffs. Here are five that incorporate everything from coffee to amaro.
This is the future of bartending.