An aromatic, alcoholic liquid with a bitter taste that is used in small amounts as a flavoring, especially in alcoholic drinks. It is made from a mixture of roots, barks, herbs, leaves, and alcohol.
Bitters , a key ingredient in many cocktails, has a pungent bittersweet flavor. It's combined with bourbon and sweet vermouth in this classic cocktail.
An orange slice, sugar, and bitters are combined in a glass before bourbon is added to create this traditional cocktail.
The Martinez, Stirred
The original Martinez (from which the dry martini likely evolved) called for Old Tom Gin and Boker's Bitters , neither of which has been available in the United States for decades. In 2007, I created this adaptation.
TGIF! Classic Mahattan Cocktail: A Good Drink (& a Bad Joke)
classic Manhattan . But one decorous sip of that timeless combo of good bourbon and sweet vermouth (shaken with a dash of bitters ), and you feel all warm and fireplace-cozy inside. Whether you decide to put Bing Crosby on the turntable is entirely up
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and soda,” says NPR , and the Elephant, a “rhubarb-infused whiskey , homemade strawberry liquor, lime juice, and bitters .” The Democratic Donkey currently is in the lead, NPR notes. Meanwhile, to “vote” in the 7-Eleven Coffee Cup challenge, you simply
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Gingersnap Cocktail from Momofuku Ko
ingredients -- Amaretto, ginger soda, and bitters . So when we got home we started playing ..... ginger beer. Be very generous with the bitters here: You need them to cut the sweetness ..... cocktails with a quick dash or two of bitters , well, just think more in terms of an
teaspoon or less) of peach liqueur to the shaker before you divide it among the 4 glasses. Use peach bitters in place of the regular bitters called for in the recipe. Any one of those twists -- we'd suggest just doing one -- ought to infuse
here in So Cal) the Queen’s Cocktail is truly the perfect pre dinner cocktail – Dubonnet with sparkling wine, a hint of bitters and in keeping with it’s name “diamonds” – edible ones!!! So Barb, here’s to you – Congratulations on your First