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Cocktails are a great way to enjoy a night out with friends. They can also be used as an excuse to get together with friends and family for celebrations.
There are hundreds of different cocktail recipes that you can choose from. The ingredients in cocktails can include everything from fruit juices to chocolate, to cream liqueurs.
More than likely you have tried one or two of these cocktails before, but have you ever tried a Left Hand Cocktail?
The Left Hand Cocktail recipe was created by Sam Ross in 2006. It can be described as a cocktail in between a Negroni and a Manhattan.
45 ml bourbon
20 ml Campari
20 ml sweet vermouth
2 dashes of mole bitters
Garnish: brandied cherry.
Add bourbon, Campari, sweet vermouth and mole bitters into a mixing glass with ice and stir for about 10 secondes until chilled.
Strain the cocktail into a coupe glass.
Garnish with a brandied cherry, and serve.