ok.. this does not fall under "health" or "food" but everyone needs a drink sometimes, right? hehe. How to make a Manhattan drink.

The Classic Manhattan

ok.. this does not fall under "health" or "food" but everyone needs a drink sometimes, right? hehe. How to make a Manhattan drink.

I would never dream of adding grenadine to my Manhattan, but this guide offers some good ideas for various occasions.

What’s Your Whiskey? #infographic

I would never dream of adding grenadine to my Manhattan, but this guide offers some good ideas for various occasions.

sweet cherry mahattan | 6-8 sweet cherries, stemmed and rinsed, plus 1 for garnish 2 ounces rye or bourbon whiskey 3/4 ounce sweet, red vermouth 4 drops Angostura bitters ice orange twist  In a tall, thin vessel, such as a cocktail shaker, muddle the cherries to a juicy pulp. Add the whiskey, vermouth and bitters, stir, and strain into a rocks glass over ice, pressing on the pulp to extract as much liquid as possible

sweet cherry mahattan | 6-8 sweet cherries, stemmed and rinsed, plus 1 for garnish 2 ounces rye or bourbon whiskey 3/4 ounce sweet, red vermouth 4 drops Angostura bitters ice orange twist In a tall, thin vessel, such as a cocktail shaker, muddle the cherries to a juicy pulp. Add the whiskey, vermouth and bitters, stir, and strain into a rocks glass over ice, pressing on the pulp to extract as much liquid as possible

Simple and sweet, with a cherry on top, this bourbon Manhattan recipe is bound to class up any evening. Discover how to make a Manhattan drink by combining warming, rich bourbon with sweet vermouth and maraschino cherry juice. The result: a ruby red Manhattan that is as sophisticated as its namesake.

Maker's Mark® Manhattan

Simple and sweet, with a cherry on top, this bourbon Manhattan recipe is bound to class up any evening. Discover how to make a Manhattan drink by combining warming, rich bourbon with sweet vermouth and maraschino cherry juice. The result: a ruby red Manhattan that is as sophisticated as its namesake.

3 1/2 cups bourbon. 2/3 cup white sugar. 4 cups fresh sweet cherries, washed, pitted, and stems removed. In med saucepan, bring the bourbon and sugar to a simmer over low heat. Simmer and stir until sugar dissolves, then turn off the heat and let sit for at least 15 mins. Pack your cherries into two 25-ounce jars. Store in air tight container for up to one year.

Boozy Bourbon Cherries

3 1/2 cups bourbon. 2/3 cup white sugar. 4 cups fresh sweet cherries, washed, pitted, and stems removed. In med saucepan, bring the bourbon and sugar to a simmer over low heat. Simmer and stir until sugar dissolves, then turn off the heat and let sit for at least 15 mins. Pack your cherries into two 25-ounce jars. Store in air tight container for up to one year.

Manhattan is only one part of New York City, but it contains so many things to do and places to eat that visiting Manhattan can be overwhelming for first timers. We’ve put together this handy infographic so you know where to start when planning your New York City vacation. These are not only some of the top things to do, see, taste and drink in Manhattan, they are also some of my personal favorites.

Shortcut Travel Guide to Manhattan, NYC

Manhattan is only one part of New York City, but it contains so many things to do and places to eat that visiting Manhattan can be overwhelming for first timers. We’ve put together this handy infographic so you know where to start when planning your New York City vacation. These are not only some of the top things to do, see, taste and drink in Manhattan, they are also some of my personal favorites.

Calling all whiskey lovers, this one is for you! You can't go wrong with a classic cocktail, especially when it is a Perfect Manhattan Cocktail.

Perfect Manhattan Cocktail

Calling all whiskey lovers, this one is for you! You can't go wrong with a classic cocktail, especially when it is a Perfect Manhattan Cocktail.

In the early 1800s, "cocktail" connoted a drink mixed with bitters. The recipe for this one, the Manhattan, comes from Keen's Steakhouse in Manhattan.

Manhattan

In the early 1800s, "cocktail" connoted a drink mixed with bitters. The recipe for this one, the Manhattan, comes from Keen's Steakhouse in Manhattan.

Cocktails: The most popular 20, from Manhattan to Sea Breeze | Mail Online

It's happy hour again: The 20 most popular cocktails

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