How to Cocktail: Manhattan, Rob Roy and Whiskey Sour

There are few drinks that taste better than a fortifying and warming whiskey cocktail on a blustery March evening. It’s just the thing to get you through the next 18 days until the official beginning of spring.

Fortunately, for our latest set of videos, we convinced talented bartender and Liquor.com advisory board member Dushan Zaric to reveal the secret to his version of the classic Manhattan. And we also got top San Francisco mixologist Brooke Arthur to show you how to make a delicious Rob Roy and Whiskey Sour.

Watch these three segments now and then start mixing!

Manhattan:

Learn to fix this potent standard with a tasty orange twist. So good, you may never use the traditional recipe again. Click here for the full recipe.

Rob Roy:

The key to surviving a harsh Scottish winter is this robust combination of whisky, sweet vermouth and bitters. Click here for the full recipe.

Whiskey Sour:

Cocktails don’t get much easier than this staple, which calls for bourbon, lemon juice and simple syrup. It’s one formula you should immediately commit to memory. Click here for the full recipe.




Discussion

  • Steve ellis posted 4 years ago

    But Dushan Zaric purposefully didn't reveal his Manhattan recipe because there was no proportions! That's not A lot of help!


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