The unique blend of rye with Averna Amaro and limoncello is voodoo to the core with its rich, dark, and heady taste. Cast a spell on your friends with an unbelievably good drink, no witch doctor needed.
The earliest unequivocal reference to a Manhattan cocktail dates back to September 1882 where it
When the Austrian maestro, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, composed a comic opera by the name of The Marriage of Figaro in 1786, he took inspiration from Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais’s 1784 play of the same name. Little did he know that it’d find a namesake in a suave whisky cocktail.
The highball is probably one of the most common whisky drinks consumed around the world with the most famous variant being ye olde Scotch and Soda. However, the whisky highball can come in many shades but the most distinguishable feature of this mix is the tall glass of ice! The origin story of this familiar drink, however, has been lost in the meanders of time.