With the classic cocktail resurgence that has been seen over the last couple decades, I realized recently that I didn’t know how to make many of them. That said, we’re all going to learn together with my new series, #SusieDrinksClassics.
Our first less is the Boulevardier. This cocktails is the whiskey version of an Italian favorite, the Negroni. Since the whiskey warms the cocktail, it makes it a perfect transitional cocktail for the fall.
1.5oz rye whiskey
0.75 sweet vermouth
Combine ingredients in a mixing glass with ice, then stir with a bar spoon until well chilled. Strain into a glass of your choice.
Garnish: orange peel
Glass: coupe or double old fashioned glass (if served with ice)
Ice: none if chilled, or over ice if desired
Wigle Rye Whiskey (Pittsburgh, PA), Campari, Martini & Rossi Sweet Vermouth
Gold jigger: Cocktail Kingdom, $22.95
Mixing glass: Courtesy of Absolut Elyx
Coupe: Crate and Barrel, $12.95
Marble Slab: Crate and Barrel, $49.95