Citrus Gin, Orange liqueur and orange juice with our Dry Vermouth...ummm...yes!!
Rye, Rosso Vermouth and Maraschino. A modern classic, the Red Hook cocktail, technically a riff on a Brooklyn Cocktail, but arguably more on the Manhattan side of New York than Brooklyn! If you like Manhattans and you like Maraschino, this is the drink for you my friends!
Aged Rum, Rosso & Dry Vermouth with a splash of Curaçao and grenadine. The Cubanized answer to the Manhattan
Aperol, Rosso Vermouth and Lambrusco cocktail recipe - Super simple to make yet super delicious to drink! If you've never had a sparkling red wine before, this is your perfect excuse.
A layered sour cocktail that is sure to please! "Thought to have been first made in the 1880s by a bartender in Chicago, this drink was originally named the Continental Sour and then Southern Whiskey Sour, also masquerading as a Brunswick Sour and Claret Snap before becoming best known as...
Rosso Vermouth, Campari and Soda, dead easy and refreshingly deadly. This is one of our go-to cocktails at home. It's everything a cocktail lover wants in a highball and also great to make as a pitcher for a crowd.
Think Negroni but with Rye Whisky and Dry Vermouth. A true classic created in the 1920s by Harry MacElhone at his New York Bar, this rye whisky version of his Boulevardier is named after William "Sparrow" Robinson, then sports editor of The New York Herald in Paris. - Difford’s Guide