Different single malts mingle in this spirit-forward cocktail. It’s a wonder that the peaty flavor still shines through all the other tasty elements.
This cocktail takes single malt for a slightly tropical spin. And yes, it’s as delicious as it looks.
This cocktail, which appears in Kat Odell’s Day Drinking: 50 Cocktails for a Mellow Buzz (Workman Publishing Company, $15.95), was created by Erick Castro of San Diego’s Polite Provisions. It’s a rare drink that uses vermouth as the drink’s main component, notes Odell, as opposed to using vermouth more like a seasoning.
While the rest of humanity sucks back sickly sweet blender bombs this Cinco de Mayo, find your way to a more serious drink. Muddled jalapeño adds a spicy edge to the baked agave flavors of Tequila CAZADORES Reposado for a Margarita that’s fit for the fifth of May—or any other day of the year.
This cocktail by Jason Huffman, the bar manager at Coin-Op Game Room, is a play off the Jack Rose, a beloved 1920s–’30s classic (mentioned in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises) featuring applejack as the base spirit. But instead of applejack, Huffman’s version features calvados, Bénédictine, lime and grenadine.