Use a blended scotch that’s not too mild in this cocktail.
This 1970s-era drink, named for the popular film The Godfather, is often made with equal parts, but this version dials down the sweetness.
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Though a bit rare, this smoky whisky cocktail is delicious when made well.
Smoky Scotch is tempered with a hint of bitter amaro and a slick of spicy ginger syrup in this straightforward glass.
The formula for a perfectly balanced glass of fall flavor? Smoky Scotch, sweet cider and tart lemon juice.
One of Yael Vengroff’s signature Bar Shift hits, this warmly-spiced coupe is made with Dewar’s White Label, D’ussé Cognac, St-Germain, green cardamom pods, lemon juice and bitters. The addition of aromatic cardamom was inspired by Vengroff’s time spent in Mumbai, India, and a playful green-apple fan provides the finishing touch.
The Cave Creek cocktail is made with New York Distilling Company's Rock & Rye—a bottled combination of rye whiskey, sugar and citrus that was all the rage in the 19th century, when it was made with rock candy.