First thing I wanted to try after tasting Forthave Spirits' stunning Marseille amaro was a cross between a Metropole and a Manhattan Transfer... it's not half bad.
1.5 oz Pierre Ferrand 1840 cognac
0.5 oz Forthave Spirits Marseille amaro
0.5 oz Uncouth wildflower vermouth
0.25 oz Cocchi Dopo Teatro vermouth
0.5 tsp Bénédictine
0.5 tsp St. Elizabeth allspice dram
2 dashes Peychaud's bitters
stir // coupe
garnish with lemon peel
In a cold Saturday night in London, there is no better moment to stay cozy at home and cook a hearty warm dish. We tried this recipe, courtesy of deensiebat at @food52, a pot of Kale and Quinoa Pilaf and everyone simply loved it. The lemon brought all the flavours to another level. Pair it with a glass of Cocchi Americano, club soda, ice and garnish with an orange wedge. ⠀
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For the month of November, we are donating 20% of proceeds from some cocktails to @laspca
Come get drinks and help the dogs and the cats and even the rabbits too! .
•Pups Choice: whiskey, elderflower, cocchi americano, lemon
•Hair Of The Dog: Peppered ginger gin fizz
Like a Negroni but with ‘Murica’s hooch: Bourbon.
Stir together with ice:
1 1/2 ounce Bourbon (Maker’s Mark)
3/4 ounce sweet vermouth (Cocchi Vermouth di Torino)
3/4 ounce Campari
Strain into chilled martini glass, garnish with a flamed orange peel.
Not only is this an epic looking #negroni made at @whistling_shop with @victoryginldn and @campariofficial it is served in my favourite tumbler. I like the @luigibormioli Bach tumber so much I bought a bunch for myself from @drinkstuff. I like the way they feel in the hand. A good weight and shape. Serving a great drink in the right #glassware makes a big difference to the experience. 📷: @joshlinfitt