Club Cocktail

Photo by Dr. Bill Copen
  • Base Spirit Rum
  • Preparation Stirred
  • Flavor Boozy
  • Served Up

A drink called the “Club Cocktail” appeared in W.C. Whitfield’s 1939 book Just Cocktails, but that was a very different beast based with Brandy and included no vermouth. These specs are more akin to a rum based Perfect Martini with a little Maraschino to brighten up the flavor.

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Club Cocktail
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  1. Combine rum, vermouths, Angostura, and ice in a stirring glass.
  2. Double strain into a cocktail glass.
  3. Optionally, garnish with a cherry
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