Comstock Saloon

  • 8 Drink
  • Updated: Jun 20, 2015
  • Bourbon, Lemon juice, Sugar, Club soda, Maraschino cherry, Orange
    The John Collins is a classic 'Collins' style cocktail with the use of whiskey, rather than gin like the Tom Collins. The drink has a sweet and refreshing flavor.
  • Cognac, absinthe, Peychaud's bitters, simple syrup, lemon twist
    The Sazerac cocktail is a classic New Orleans original that, over the years, has been made a number of pretty drastically different ways. The more modern Rye Sazerac (circa 1878) is a combination of rye whiskey, absinthe, Peychaud's bitters, and sugar, but the classic recipe used Cognac as its base spirit. This recipe uses the original Sazerac formula to mak…
  • dry sherry, dry vermouth, orange bitters
    The Bamboo cocktail is a beautifully delicate cocktail made with sherry wine. It can be made sweeter by substituting Italian Vermouth for the drier, clear, French version. Sherry cocktails are a great choice for anyone who wants a complex drink that is a little less alcoholic.
  • Rye, Sweet Vermouth, Angostura Bitters
    The Manhattan cocktail is simple, elegant, and overflowing with class—the perfect drink to round out a long day at the office or enjoy under candlelight with a loved one. You should always use rye whiskey (some Canadian whiskies with a high percentage of rye will do in a pinch), and we recommend a quality sweet vermouth like Noilly Prat Rouge, Carpano Antica…
  • gin, sweet vermouth, maraschino liqueur, bitters
    The Martinez is a predecessor of the Martini, likely invented in the Bay Area city of Martinez, California in the mid-1800s. It utilizes a classic combination of gin, sweet vermouth, and bitters, and adds a bit of a twist with some maraschino liqueur. While Martini drinkers may scoff at the use of sweet vermouth instead of dry, it's actually much closer to t…
  • tequila, pineapple juice, Blue Curacao liqueur
  • gin, simple syrup, lime juice, soda water, mint, limes
  • Blended Scotch, sweet vermouth, cherry heering, orange juice
    Blood and Sand is one of the few classic mixed drinks that includes Scotch. It was named for Rudolph Valentino's 1922 bullfighter movie Blood and Sand. The red juice of the blood orange in the drink helped link it with the film. --Wikipedia At first glance, this most unusual Scotch cocktail seemed a god-awful mix. But the recipe, one of the very few classic…

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