Top Rated Vermouth Recipes

Not going to be in the Hamptons this Labor Day? At least this NOLET's silver dry gin recipe will help you play pretend you are. The recipe comes from Theo Lieberman of Milk & Honey in New York City. 
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The Americano is made with Campari, and makes an easy (and sweet) Fourth of July cocktail. Click here for more Fourth of July cocktail inspiration. 
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Lane Becker, of The Ordinary in Charleston, S.C. contributes the Vermouth Spritz as an ultimate tipple to toast to spring and we couldn’t agree more. “It's so hot in Charleston in the spring, that when a guest first comes in, they usually want something crazy refreshing and low in booze to start. The herbaceous vermouth in this spritz pair perfectly with the armloads of amazing ingredients our farmers bring us this time of year for our delicious entrées,” Becker says.Courtesy of Lane Becker, The Ordinary. 
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Downton Abbey has walked away with the most nominations for any British Drama. To pay homage to Joanne Froggatt’s Anna Bates and Jim Carter’s Mr. Carson, let’s raise a proper Boodles Martini which features a classic British Gin.  
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Why not start the celebrations for 4th of July early? Try an Americano, made with refreshing Campari, vermouth, and club soda. 
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A cherry-infused Manhattan? We're in. This riff on the Manhattan, made with Grand Marnier Cherry, was created by Jonathan Pogash — known as The Cocktail Guru — who has served as a beverage consultant for bars, restaurants, and spirit companies, and riffs on classic and tiki-inspired drinks. Click here for more cherry liquors and cocktail recipes. 
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This play on a julep, from The Gage head bartender Thomas Mooneyham, includes Buffalo Trace Bourbon, sweet vermouth, orange curaçao, and lime juice.
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CÎROC® Calorie Considerate Martini Series: The CÎROC® Manhattan A Manhattan made CÎROC® style
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According to the 1931 book Old Waldorf Days, the Bronx Cocktail was created around 1900 by a teetotaling bartender named Johnnie Solon who worked at the Men’s Bar at the Waldorf-Astoria in, yes, Manhattan. You can still order this refreshing citrusy martini at the historic, mahogany-paneled Bull and Bear Bar.Adapted from Imbibe, who adapted it from The Savoy Cocktail Book, 1930. 
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To celebrate Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt being nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series, sip to Kimmy and her New York City adventures with this twist on a classic Manhattan featuring an aged Santera tequila. 
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This simple recipe combines Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve, dry and sweet vermouth, and bitters for a cocktail on the stronger side.  
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Why use whiskey when you can use rum? Try a summer twist on a classic drink using Zacapa rum; made with dry vermouth and sweet vermouth, you won't believe it's not the whiskey cocktail you're used to. 
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