Between the Sheets Cocktail
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The 9-Bottle Bar Recipe: The Martinez Cocktail
This combination of gin, sweet vermouth, bitters, and maraschino liqueur makes for a complex, brooding libation that scratches the itch for a Manhattan. But instead of foregrounding woody, vanilla notes from whiskey, the use of gin in the Martinez turns up the volume on the herbal aromatics. Far more astute and knowledgeable writers than this one have done a superb job delving into the history of the Martinez.
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St. Patrick’s Day Cocktails
Here are four terrific St. Patrick's Day cocktail recipes. I found two that sport a lovely green hue, such as The Last Word in the picture. And on the non-sweet side, a Chartreuse Martini. While focusing on Irish whiskey as the key ingredient, I'm sharing recipes for the Tipperary and the Irish Jack Rose. My pick of the litter is The Last Word. It can be an expensive cocktail to create, if your home bar doesn't already contain bottles of Green Chartreuse and Luxardo Maraschino Liquer. But…
The 9-Bottle Bar Recipe: The Pegu Club
This drink, which supposedly originated at the bar of a British private club in the Burmese capital of Rangoon sometime in the 1920s, is squarely in the wheelhouse of the 9-Bottle Bar. It calls for four of the nine bottles, with lime juice as a fifth, acidity-adding ingredient. Being a British invention by way of a steamy ex-colony, the Pegu Club starts with London dry gin and then goes long on both citrus and bitters. In fact, the build is pretty darn close to that of the Margarita.