Strega adds saffron and savory spice to this updated midcentury cocktail.
An herbaceous sour from Playboy's Host & Bar Book (1971) updated for 2015 by Tristan Willey of Brooklyn's Long Island Bar.
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Named for the memory of Giuseppe Alberti, who founded the Strega distillery in 1860 in Benevento, Italy, this herbal, savory spritz boldly carries his name forth.
A variation on the classic Southside, Daniel Miller’s seasonal drink calls on Strega for added botanical power.
Tequila meets Strega, lemon, mint and raspberries for an herbal-fruity smash.
Andrew Bohrer's Bruxa Irmã Seis Batida combines Strega with cachaça, oloroso sherry and coconut milk for a herbaceous twist on typical tiki flavors.
This drink was a labor of love for New York bartender Aaron Polsky. The Amaris is named for a woman he wanted to win back and combines her favorite ingredients:…
Writer Brad Thomas Parsons created this cocktail in a nod his neo-Gothic apartment building in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, which had been, until the mid-1980s, home to the Brooklyn Cathedral Preparatory…
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