The name is misleading, since this aperitivo is an Italian classic. It’s the perfect marriage of Campari and Cinzano, two of the most delicious and historic Italian exports. Encourage customers to kick off their brunch with this Italian original, and don’t settle for any knockoffs.
Warm spices and sweet apricot make this cocktail suitable for any weather (storm or not).
Sweet, bitter and rich, this cocktail hits all the right notes.
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.
Vermouth, sherry and the favor of the gods.
Port and sparkling wine make a perfect holiday duo that’s easy as can be.
Entertaining a crowd? This port-based punch will happily serve a group of 20.
The spirit-forward nature of this cocktail makes it perfect for enjoying slowly by the fireside.
Meet the trifecta of perfectly balanced, bittersweet flavor: amaro, sweet vermouth and rye.