Mr. Manhattan Cocktail

Mr. Manhattan Cocktail recipe

Mr. Manhattan Cocktail Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 oz Gin

Mr. Manhattan Cocktail Instructions

The Mr. Manhattan Cocktail is a classic drink that is perfect for those who enjoy a strong and sophisticated cocktail. This cocktail is a variation of the classic Manhattan, which is made with whiskey, vermouth, and bitters. The Mr. Manhattan Cocktail adds a twist by using rye whiskey instead of bourbon, giving it a slightly spicier flavor.

To make a Mr. Manhattan Cocktail, you will need a few simple ingredients and some basic bartending skills. Begin by filling a mixing glass with ice cubes. Then, add two ounces of rye whiskey, one ounce of sweet vermouth, and a few dashes of bitters to the glass.

Next, use a bar spoon to stir the ingredients together until they are well combined and chilled. This will take about 30 seconds of stirring. The stirring action helps to properly mix the ingredients and cool the cocktail down.

Once the cocktail is mixed and chilled, strain it into a chilled cocktail glass. This glass is usually smaller and more elegant than a regular glass. The cocktail should be strained carefully to ensure that no ice or other unwanted particles end up in the glass.

Finally, garnish the Mr. Manhattan Cocktail with a cherry. This not only adds a touch of sweetness to the drink, but it also adds a nice visual element. The cherry can be placed directly in the cocktail or speared on a cocktail pick and placed on the rim of the glass.

When properly made, the Mr. Manhattan Cocktail is a delicious and sophisticated drink that is perfect for sipping and enjoying on a special occasion or as a nightcap. The flavors of the rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, and bitters blend together beautifully, creating a cocktail that is both strong and smooth.

So the next time you're in the mood for a classic cocktail with a twist, give the Mr. Manhattan Cocktail a try. It's a timeless drink that is sure to impress your guests and satisfy your taste buds.

Best served in a Cocktail Glass.