The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes
BrotherhoodBy The Cocktails Must FlowThe Brotherhood was created by Charles Joly, co-founder of Crafthouse Cocktails, a bottled cocktail company, which uses Irish and French spirits; the original recipe uses Michael Collins blended Irish whiskey.
Up-to-DateBy The Cocktails Must FlowCreated by Head Bartender Hugo Ensslin at the Hotel Wallick in Times Square and included in his 1916 Recipes for Mixed Drinks.
Maida ValeBy The Cocktails Must FlowCreated in 2011 by Andy Green of Unripe, London, England, and originally called the Unripe Manhattan, it was later renamed to Maida Vale. It's a variant of the Manhattan which uses bourbon while retaining some rye whiskey and adds white vermouth alongside the sweet.
Peat’s DragonBy The Cocktails Must FlowAn unusual smokey/peppery cocktail using both peated whiskey and black pepper. Possibly originated at The Up & Up, New York City.
DublinerBy The Cocktails Must FlowA Manhattan variant but with the addition of orange bitters and Grand Marnier, which gives the drink a subtle orange flavor; created by Gary 'Gaz' Regan in New York, USA, in 1999.
FabiolaBy The Cocktails Must FlowA Metropolitan variant which replaces the sweet vermouth with a white vermouth and adds the orange and brandy liqueur Grand Marnier, which elevates this cocktail to a different level.
Grand RoyalBy The Cocktails Must FlowA champagne cocktail which combines champagne with Grand Marnier, a cognac based orange liqueur.
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The Cocktails Must FlowCocktail Recipes