Vermouth & Wine

How to Make a Boulevardier

How to Make a Boulevardier

Born in Paris to an American, The Boulevardier cocktail takes a Negroni and replaces the gin with bourbon. With only three ingredients, it couldn’t be easier. A perfect aperitif! Here is some equipment you might need: Jigger Bar Spoon Rocks Glasses For UK measurements, please…

How to Make a Negroni

How to Make a Negroni

Invented in Florence over 100 years old, the Negroni is one of the most popular cocktails with its equal parts of  gin, red vermouth and Campari, only garnished with orange peel. This traditional aperitif is made in a rocks glass over ice, so super easy.…

How to Make a Manhattan

How to Make a Manhattan

Yes, the Manhattan was invented in Manhattan!  That was a long time ago, but loads of people still think it’s one of the best cocktails ever. Some how this combination of bourbon and sweet vermouth, plus a dash of bitters, just works and stands the…

How to Make the City of Light

How to Make the City of Light

A little snippet from David Lebovitz’s new book, Drinking French about this most French of French cocktails, the City of Light! “This cocktail was conceived by Christiaan Röllich, the head bartender at Lucques restaurant in Los Angeles, who came up with it when the restaurant…

How to Make the Dukes Bar Classic Martini

How to Make the Dukes Bar Classic Martini

You can’t get more perfect than this. Dukes Bar was Ian Fleming’s, author of the James Bond novels, favorite haunt. You too can drink the Martinis that inspired “Shaken, not stirred.” Legend Alessandro Palazzi has created this easy recipe for you to replicate at home!…