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Spirit-forward cocktails that are stirred, not shaken, and contain no citrus or fresh fruit, only alcohol.
An aromatic spin on the perfect Manahttan.
A perfect Manhattan variation made for fortified wine-lovers.
A serious Manhattan with the fruity and aromatic finish of aged apple brandy.
A slightly rich and bitter old fashioned variation.
Simply a brandy Manhattan, but it tastes like a whole new cocktail.
A subtle smooth and aromatic drink created at Death & Co, featuring sherry and amaro.
Did some one gag-gift you a bottle of arrack? Try this Death & Co original and flex your creativity with this unique spirit as a supporting flavor.
An old school manhattan style drink with all the trimmings.
Death & Co's absinthe-laced variation on the Diamondback features Brandy instead of Rye.
Brandy and high quality banana liqueur are all you need for this surprisingly complex drink.
A super-dry, spirit-forward, Manhattan style drink featuring sherry and Drambuie.
A rich and aromatic brandy drink for Martini lovers.
A simple classic drink from the 1970’s, similar to a Rusty Nail.
An Old Fashioned variation with orgeat that showcases the elegance of brandy.
A twist on the Japanese Cocktail.
A decadently herbal and aromatic old fashioned variation.
Death & Co's perfect Manhattan style drink with Brandy and cocchi Americano.
Hands down, the best drink to clear your palate and refresh your mind.
This Death & Co cocktail flavored with mint and fernet, isn't as harsh as the recipe seems.
A variation on the Fancy Cocktail with a dash of creme de menthe.
A tropical and aromatic Old-fashioned style drink.
A variation on the Bobby Burns cocktail, like a Brandy Manhattan with a dash of Benedictine.
A super-dry, herbaceous, and spirit forward sparkling wine cocktail.
A bittersweet, yet fruit-forward take on a Manhattan style drink.
This drink is more delicious than the name implies!
The original Sazerac was made with Brandy, only to be replaced with Rye whiskey during the Phyloxera epidemic of the 19th century.
Exactly what you need when you don't know what you want. And it's always there when you do!