This weekend Jason and I are meeting up with friends for drinks at a classic little spot in our hometown of Pasadena. And when it comes to classics, Manhattan’s are definitely on the top of the cocktail list. Yes they may be a bit manly, but this weekend may just call for one of these …
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sweet cherry mahattan | 6-8 sweet cherries, stemmed and rinsed, plus 1 for garnish 2 ounces rye or bourbon whiskey 3/4 ounce sweet, red vermouth 4 drops Angostura bitters ice orange twist In a tall, thin vessel, such as a cocktail shaker, muddle the cherries to a juicy pulp. Add the whiskey, vermouth and bitters, stir, and strain into a rocks glass over ice, pressing on the pulp to extract as much liquid as possible
Simple and sweet, with a cherry on top, this bourbon Manhattan recipe is bound to class up any evening. Discover how to make a Manhattan drink by combining warming, rich bourbon with sweet vermouth and maraschino cherry juice. The result: a ruby red Manhattan that is as sophisticated as its namesake.
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Bourbon Soaked Cherries; as per Jeannie Guzman, When cherries are soaked in Bourbon, the resulting liqueur is like the famous Swedish liqueur called Kirsch, which is indescribably delicious, as well as indescribably expensive. I'm so making these!
MANHATTAN. 2 dashes angostura bitters, 1 ounce sweet vermouth, 2 1/2 ounces bourbon (such as Buffalo Trace), 1 maraschino cherry. Fill a short glass 2/3 full with ice. Add bitters, vermouth, and bourbon. Add cherry (and crush it against the side of the glass with a spoon). Stir.