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Ximinez Martinez

Serious Eats Christine Chung Post a comment

Instead of using sweet vermouth in this variation of the Martinez, a combination of Manzanilla and Pedro Ximenez sherry maintains a comparable level of sweetness when mixed with maraschino liqueur. A subtle orange flavor brightens this savory fall cocktail from Aldea in NYC. More

Lucrenzia's Coffee

Serious Eats Heather Arndt Anderson Post a comment

This brunch drink is based on the café Borgia, which is the first coffee drink I ever tried. Espresso, chocolate, steamed milk and orange zest: I was hooked. This grownup version is made with chilled Stumptown coffee, homemade coffee liqueur, a little chocolate liqueur, a dash of orange bitters, and topped with frothed milk. More

Time for a Drink: the Martini

Serious Eats Paul Clarke 22 comments

There are few recipes in cocktail-dom that inspire as much zealotry as that of the Martini. But before you sharpen your keyboard to type out "heresy!" for other versions of the drink, keep one thing in mind: the Martini is way more flexible than you might think. More

Time for a Drink: Turf Club Cocktail

Serious Eats Paul Clarke 1 comment

The drink was suggested to me by Eric Alperin from The Varnish in Los Angeles--it has a suave potency of flavor and rightly demonstrates gin's appealing qualities. Not that a good gin needs any help in the lovability department. More

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