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Whitfield Takes Manhattan

Serious Eats Melody Fury 2 comments

Cherry Heering and sweet vermouth round out this balanced variation on the classic Manhattan from Brandon Burkart of Haddingtons in Austin, Texas. More

Manhattan Cocktails For a Crowd

Serious Eats Michael Dietsch 4 comments

Batch up a bottle of Manhattans for your next party! More

Persephone

Serious Eats The Serious Eats Team Post a comment

Smooth Dolin vermouth and sloe gin (Plymouth's is made with a high-proof infusion of real sloeberries) are offset by fresh lemon juice in this rich and fruity (but not over sweet) cocktail from David Slape, featured in The PDT Cocktail Book. More

The Maddow

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

This smooth drink is a variation on the Perfect Gin Manhattan (made with half French vermouth and half Italian), but features rich, slightly sweet Old Tom gin. Jason Littrell of Jbird Cocktails in NYC named the drink after Rachel Maddow, in the hope that she'd swing by the bar. More

Blackthorn Cocktail

Serious Eats Marleigh Riggins Miller 3 comments

This cocktail is tasty and intriguing, at turns sweet, savory, and spicy, with hints of cloves and cinnamon. It's something like a cold mulled wine, which is perfect for the holidays. As a bonus, it's dead simple to make. More

Time for a Drink: Contessa

Serious Eats Paul Clarke 1 comment

[Photo: Jessica Leibowitz] Mojitos and mint juleps are wonderful warm-weather drinks. But sometimes a late-spring or early-summer day requires a drink with a bit of an edge, a spark bright enough to match the waning light of a late sunset.... More

Time for a Drink: The Bronx

Serious Eats Paul Clarke Post a comment

Let's be honest: The Bronx is unlikely to be anyone's favorite drink. But while it's not exactly bottled excitement, The Bronx is actually pretty good, and surprisingly refreshing. Be sure to use fresh-squeezed orange juice (and if you add a dash or two of Angostura bitters, you've got a somewhat tastier Income Tax Cocktail on your hands), and approach it with an open mind. More

Time for a Drink: Cocktail à la Louisiane

Serious Eats Paul Clarke Post a comment

First documented 70 years ago in Arthur's Famous New Orleans Drinks and How to Mix 'Em, the Cocktail à la Louisiane has been largely ignored since then. It's worth the effort to search out the ingredients (or a talented bartender in a well-stocked establishment) and bring this drink into the 21st century. More

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