Employees Only Manhattan

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Employees Only Manhattan - Rye Whiskey Cocktail

About The Employees Only Manhattan Cocktail

A pair of famed bartenders created this subtle variation on the classic.

Ingredients in the The Employees Only Manhattan Cocktail

1.5 oz
Rye whiskey
1.75 oz
Sweet vermouth
3 dashes
Angostura bitters

 
Garnish: 
Glass: 

How to make The Employees Only Manhattan Cocktail

Add all the ingredients to a mixing glass and fill with ice.

Stir, and strain into a cocktail glass.

Garnish with a lemon twist.

Other Information

Watch Liquor.com advisory board member Dushan Zaric make the Employees Only Manhattan in our How to Cocktail video.
Or watch top bartender Allison Widdecombe make a classic Manhattan, along with her own, award-winning variation in How to Cocktail: Manhattan, Two Ways.

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Discussion (8)

  • witsch posted 42 mins ago

    When my dandruff is loose...
    ...and my breath is Chartreuse (8)

  • robweeve posted 2 months ago

    it's been around for a while but i just had my first, a Greenpoint: rye, punt e mes and chartruese.
    amazing

  • lmancha posted 4 months ago

    johndixon548, I tried it with triple sec, and it's just as nice. A wonderful drink.

  • brienbensongmailcom663897167 posted 4 months ago

    Great drink. Not sure how new t isS Pretty sure the Savoy advocates a 50:50 Manhattan with either dash of Curaçao or Maraschino angostura bitters and a lemon twist. Maybe called Old Standard Manhattan

  • johndixon548 posted 6 months ago

    Is this heresy, or could, just possibly, one use Triple Sec in place of Grand Marnier? I have no GM in the house.....

  • janrick posted 11 months ago

    Having never had a Manhattan, I tried this one as well as the classic. This is my favorite by far.

  • marc.dubrow posted 1 year ago

    The EO take on cocktails cannot be beat............... Best manhattans ever! Although I did have a nice takeoff at Macao this past weekend (EO's sister bar)

  • djdeej posted 2 years ago

    Tried with spiced rum on the rocks. Nice measures


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