A variation on the Manhattan, the Dubliner cocktail is modern classic. It combines Irish whiskey, sweet vermouth, orange liqueur, and orange bitters. The orange liqueur, preferably Grand Marnier, makes this drink more citrus forward.
We don’t have to go back very far for the history on the Dubliner. It was created in the 90s by iconic mixologist Gary (Gaz) Regan. He first describes the Dubliner in his 1999 book, the Joy of Mixology.
As the name references the great capitol of Ireland, Irish whiskey is an obvious key element for this cocktail, similarly with the Tipperary, so named for the Celtic county of the same name.
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