Perfect Manhattan

The best of both worlds


  1. 50ml Whiskey Of Choice
  2. 7.5ml Sweet Vermouth
  3. 7.5ml Dry Vermouth
  4. 1 Dash Aromatic Bitters
  5. Garnish: Stemmed cherry and a lemon twist

Pour all ingredients into a mixing glass and stir 16-18 times, double strain in a chilled cocktail glass.


This recipe utilises both sweet and dry vermouth, rather than one or the other as in the Sweet Manhattan and Dry Manhattan.

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