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Miscellaneous

These are cocktails that don’t fall into the major stylings. Someday I’ll figure out just what to call these.

Crimson Slippers Cocktail

The Crimson Slippers Cocktail taught me that rum and Campari are an astonishing, and nearly perfect, combination. Continue reading “Crimson Slippers Cocktail”

Trilby Cocktail (Vermouth)

The Trilby seems to be another cocktail with something of an identity crisis. I first learned of it from Paul Clark’s article on aperitifs. It wasn’t until I turned to the Savoy Cocktail Book to refresh my memory about the formula and found a recipe I didn’t recognize that I began to suspect that ordering a Trilby in a bar could have unpredictable results.  The Trilby that the Savoy knows is a completely different cocktail, with absinthe and parfait amour utterly changing the taste, and even the color, of the drink. Continue reading “Trilby Cocktail (Vermouth)”

Chrysanthemum Cocktail

The surprise of the Chrysanthemum cocktail is the nose. Its creators surely weren’t trying to duplicate the chrysanthemum scent, but that combination of vermouth, Bénédictine and anise is redolent of gardeny lushness. Continue reading “Chrysanthemum Cocktail”

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