Savor the Sweetness of Peach Manhattan!

As one of the most popular in the world, Manhattans are made with , sweet , and a few dashes of bitters. But for those who enjoy a sweeter twist on this classic drink, there's the Peach Manhattan. This cocktail is just as delicious as its traditional counterpart but offers a fruity flavor that's perfect for summertime sipping.

The Peach Manhattan is made by combining two parts whiskey (preferably ), one part sweet vermouth, and two parts peach with a few dashes of orange bitters to taste. The peach liqueur adds a subtle sweetness and adds an extra depth of flavor to the cocktail whle the orange bitters offer an additional layer of complexity.

When it comes to garnish, a maraschino cherry is typically used but you can also use some fresh peach slices or wedges if you prefer. If you're feeling adventurous, try adding some muddled peaches to your drink for an even more intense flavor. Of course, no matter what type of garnish you choose to top off your cocktail with, be sure to stir it thoroughly so that all the ingredients are evenly distributed throughout the drink.

Whether you're looking for something sweet or something strong, the Peach Manhattan is sure to please any palate. So next time you're out at your favorite bar or restaurant or simply at home enjoying a nightcap in front of the fireplace, consider adding this fruity twist on a classic cocktail and make it your go-to drink!

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Exploring the Taste of Manhattan

The Manhattan is a complex cocktail with subtle flavors of oak, herbal notes, and a slight bitterness. The base of the drink is whiskey, which adds a woody, smoky flavor. Sweet vermouth adds a subtle sweetness, while bitters enhance the herbal flavors and provide an underlying bitterness. As you take your fist sip, you might notice hints of vanilla or caramel from the whiskey combined with the herbal notes from the bitters. The combination of these flavors creates a unique taste that is both slightly sweet and slightly , with a hint of oakiness from the whiskey that lingers on the tongue.

How to Make a Perfect Manhattan

A Perfect Manhattan is a classic cocktail made with whiskey, vermouth and bitters. To make the perfect Manhattan, you'll need: 1.5 oz whiskey ( whiskey is recommended), 1 oz dry vermouth, 1 oz sweet vermouth, and 2-3 dashes of Angostura bitters. All ingredients should be stirred together in an ice-filled mixing glass until chilled and then strained into a chilled cocktail glass. To finish off your drink, garnish with a cherry or lemon twist. Enjoy!

The Sweetness of a Manhattan Cocktail

A Manhattan is an iconic American cocktail that has been around since the late 1800s. It traditionally consists of whiskey, sweet vermouth, and a dash of bitters. The sweetness comes from the vermouth, which is a fortified that has been sweetened with herbs and spices. Depending on the recipe, a Manhattan can be made with either a dry or sweet vermouth. When using dry vermouth, the drink is often referred to as a Dry Manhattan; when made with sweet vermouth, it's usually called a Sweet Manhattan. Ultimately, your preference will determine whether you make yours dry or sweet!


The Peach Manhattan is a delightful twist on the traditional Manhattan cocktail. It offers a unique balance of sweetness from the peach liqueur and bitters, with subtle herbal tones from the vermouth. The Perfect Peach Manhattan is crafted with equal parts of both sweet and dry vermouth, for an extra layer of complexity. This drink is an excellent choice for those looking for something special to enjoy at a special occasion, or simply to enjoy in the comfort of home. With only a few simple ingredients, it's an easy-to-make cocktail that's sure to please any palate.

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.