I've experimented with infusing a few spirits, but I find it plays incredibly well with high-proof American Applejack and with some bourbon whiskies. For this one, I used cask strength Bullet Bourbon, Vermouth Terino and Carpano Antica, along with Tom Foolery Applejack. If you can't find Tom Foolery, check out Copper & Kings Butchertown brandy as well.
Coffee liqueuer, Amaro Nonino, sweet vermouth, aged aquavit, and cognac
the highlight of the last Negroni Week was Wildhawk's Breakfast Negroni cocktail. The star ingredient is the Cocoa Puff infused Sweet Vermouth.
Plantains are never the stars of the show. The starchy cooking bananas are a lot like the malt that makes malt whisky. It takes a process to turn sweet.
The Last Rites is only lightly sweet, and has that indescribable funk from passionfruit.
Original, quarantine appropriately garnished cocktail featuring Leidaig Scotch and Sweet Vermouth.
This drink comes from a bar in Lithuania, by way of /u/seanloreaux2 on Reddit. The original calls for 2 oz Oban, 0.5 oz pine infused simple syrup, 0.25 oz Fernet and 0.25 oz peated scotch (marked as optional but the more peat the merrier!)
It’s no secret that we’re huge fans of Smugglers’ Cove. Our names are even displayed in the doorway of the bar as a testament to how many rums we have imbibed there.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought the fun to …
I came across a recipe from Tamara's Table named simply "Grape and Gin" cocktail. I am usually skeptical of food bloggers' cocktails, because their cocktails tend to the low proof realm and can either be too basic or too "artsy", with no middle ground.