The Toronto Cocktail is a great introduction into the unique flavours of Fernet Branca overpowering the drink. The Toronto is similar in style to that of a Boulevardier, richly flavoured, spicy and mildly bitter.
A no-holds bar creation by Ted Kilgore. The Industry sour cocktail recipe gets it’s potency from the herbaceous Green Chartreuse and notes of menthol from the Fernet Branca. It surprisingly works!
The Bartender Old Fashioned riff is aptly named due to the cult-like following bartender’s have with this cocktail’s secondary ingredient, Fernet Branca. The Fernet adds herbal and menthol notes to a traditional old fashioned.
Bring your cocktail kit to Christmas day this year and wow the relatives with these MUST TRY Christmas cocktails. Traditional Christmas ingredients including chocolate, orange and maple with hints of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg will take you back to Grandma’s kitchen. Don’t forget to SHARE the Christmas spirit on socials!
The Hanky Panky was first created in 1925 by head bartender Ada Coleman. Ada tended bar at American Bar in London’s Savoy Hotel.
The basic Flip recipe incorporates a spirit or fortified wine, whole egg and sugar whilst a Fernet Flip incorporates both the very bitter and herbaceous liquor, Fernet-Branca, and sweet vermouth, in equal parts.
A thoroughly impressive tiki style cocktail with beautiful aromatics and herbaceous notes. Created by Jeffrey Morgenthaler, manager of Clyde Common in Portland, Oregon. This is a MUST try!!