Presented by Woodford Reserve
Jonathan Howard shares his turn-of-the-century spin on a classic: The Manhattan 1890.
Garnish: Orange peel
Grab a Lewis bag, and crack several pieces of large-format ice.
In a mixing glass, add the absinthe followed by the bitters, vermouth and bourbon.
Add the cracked ice and stir.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass, and garnish with a lemon twist.
Jonathan Howard created this delicious original by imagining the perfect cocktail to enjoy during a long train ride. It’s smooth, smoky—and can be enjoyed in settings far beyond a train car.
In a mixing glass, add the bitters, followed by the liqueurs and vermouth and then the bourbon.
Add ice and stir for medium dilution.
Strain over a large piece of chipped block ice into a rocks glass.
Finish with a spritz of Islay scotch.
Jonathan Howard’s perfectly-detailed cocktails took him from an acclaimed Nashville bartender to the 2016 Master of the Manhattan. Discover the recipes, technique and insight behind his continued success.
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