Reverse Manhattan - Imbibe Magazine Subscribe + Save

Reverse Manhattan

reverse-manhattan-vertical-crdt-lara-ferroniThe Reverse Manhattan is exactly what the name suggests, with the whiskey-to-vermouth ratio reversed. But perhaps a more appropriate name would be the Original Manhattan, as this was the initial 19th-century construction of the drink. “I love a Reverse Manhattan!” says Sother Teague of New York’s Amor y Amargo. “Great full flavors, without all the punch of a traditional version.”

2 oz. sweet vermouth
1 oz. rye whiskey
2 dashes Angostura bitters
Tools: mixing glass, barspoon, strainer
Glass: cocktail
Garnish: cherry or lemon twist

Stir the ingredients in a mixing glass with ice, strain into a chilled glass and garnish.

 


Like what you see? Get more of the best of liquid culture when you sign up for our bi-monthly magazine. Subscribe now and save up to 59%—it’s just $21.95 for one year or $32.95 for two years. Click here for details.

You Might Also Enjoy

Yamabuki Whisky Cocktail

Martini Cocktail 1888

mojo-de-ginebra

Mojo de Ginebra

Montenegro for Two

Pale Aperale Spritz

A Rum With a Vieux

Maple Leaf, A Whiskey Sour Riff

noble experiment

Tropical Popsicle From Noble Experiment

Cardinale Cocktail

Zodiac Punch

Enjoy This Article?

Sign up for our newsletter and get biweekly recipes and articles delivered to your inbox.

Send this to a friend