Men who make drinks are popular. They're also, quite literally, self-serving. In that gracious spirit we present The Cocktail Quarterly, a series of seasonal cocktail recipes that recurs once per season. Up this quarter: Volume VI, fall drinks. Enjoy.
It's fall. A chill is settling in.
So it's time to feed the furnace of your imbibing.
Inside, we've collected 11 recipes from America's top mixologists of tipulars.
Joaquín Simó from NYC's Pouring Ribbons sets you up with a mezcal Midnight Marauder.
Greg Lindgren from SF's Rye on the Road offers his Dogpatch, a subtle twist on the classic old fashioned.
Plus, nine more handymen from behind the pine.
Now, cocktail mixing can be intimidating.
The obscure aperitifs, what the hell is bitters, does my local liquor store even have this stuff, etc.
So to assuage the anguish of your thirst, we've partnered with our friends at Merchants of Beverage to make purchasing easy.
Each recipe is linked to Merchants of Beverage's online store.
They have all the ingredients. Even the obscure ones.
So. Happy autumn, friends.