Left Hand Cocktail With Bourbon Campari Sweet Vermouth And Chocolate Bitters With A Brandied Cherry

The Left Hand, created by the renowned mixologist Sam Ross (known for crafting Penicillin and Paper Plane cocktails), takes inspiration from the classic Boulevardier, which is essentially a Negroni with bourbon instead of gin. However, with carefully adjusted proportions and the addition of chocolate bitters, the Left Hand emerges as a distinct and captivating libation. Described as a harmonious amalgamation of a Negroni and a Manhattan, this modern classic showcases the unmistakable influence of both iconic drinks.


1.5 oz BOURBON
.75 oz AMARO, Campari
.75 oz SWEET VERMOUTH, Preferably Carpano Antica
3 dash(es) BITTERS, Chocolate flavored
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