Interesting Cocktails


(John Harper) #1

As many of you know, I’m something of a whisky and cocktail aficionado. Figured I’d share some good recent experiments (both my own and some local mixologists’). Feel free to jump in and share.

Brightstone

  • 1.5 parts Old Tom gin
  • 1.5 parts Finlaggan whisky
  • 3/4 parts Sweet vermouth
  • Abbott’s bitters

Add all ingredients into a mixing glass with ice and stir until well-chilled.
Strain into a chilled coupe.

Coalridge
Equal parts Finlaggan and Braulio (sub. any bitter amaro)
Mix in a chilled whisky tumbler.

The Dead of Night
(by Bryn at Artusi)
Bourbon, Borsci Liquore, Braulio, Townshend’s Bluebird, Cardamom bitters

My Sherry Amor
(by Bryn at Artusi)
Sherry Cask Rye, Amaro Abano, Rabarbaro, Berto Rosso

The Strong Silent Type
(by Bryn at Artusi)
Rye, Mirto‏ Amaro, Angostura, Salers

Fennel Vision
(by Aaron at Artusi)
Big Gin Barrel-Aged, Finocchietto, Bordiga Rosso, Spanish Bitters

Daisho
(by Kevin at Adana)
Noble Oak Bourbon, Sidetrack Nocino, Pecan Syrup, Angostura bitters


(sythmaster) #2

That Daisho sounds amazing.

I’ve got some ideas for an Eye of Kotar, but I don’t have the booze to test it out :-/

The idea: flavored ice sphere (probably cherry and elderflower) in a glass of barrel-aged gin & lillet blanc w/ a cherry syrup float/splash on top.

Then again, the Eye,Hand, and Heart of Kotar seems like a 3-shot and your out for the evening type of flight. :stuck_out_tongue: So maybe those are shooters… :thinking:


#3

If you want to go for the pun the Heart of Kotar could be Cynar based


(John Harper) #4

(by Craig and Lisa at Plenty of Clouds)

Red Panda is Somewhat Fierce
Campari, soju, vermouth blanc, baijiu

Smoke & Mirrors
Rye, lapsang souchong, hibiscus, bitters