A variation on a Manhattan, this cocktail swaps out the usual sweet vermouth for Averna amaro. Rich and viscous with notes of honeycomb, orange and baking spices, Averna amaro pairs perfectly with bourbon’s woodsy, malted sweetness. As a substitute for Angostura bitters, the Prospector calls for a bone-dry sherry for depth. Perfect for chilly winter weather that demands the comfort of a cashmere sweater and a stiff drink.
A fizzy twist on the Sherry Cobbler, this delicious cocktail combines citrus, maraschino or orange liqueur, and—you guessed it—Champagne. Like its fortified wine-spiked cousin, the Champagne Cobbler was popular throughout the 1800s, but it has since lost its sheen. We say, it’s high time to bring it back. Whip up one of these ridiculously sim...