With the huge number of cocktails out in the world, it’s not surprising that a few fall through the cracks. There are hidden gems in those lost cocktails, delicious drinks that everybody would probably enjoy. This week we’re focusing on The Widow’s Kiss
This drink first appeared in George Kappeler’s 1895 book, Modern American Drinks. The Widow’s Kiss is complex, sweet, and has lingering herbal flavors. It has the kind of mysterious allure that a femme fatal does, with all of that delectable danger represented in one glass.
1.5 ounces of Apple Brandy
.75 ounces of Yellow Chartreuse
.75 ounces of Benedictine
2 dashes of Angostura Bitters
Combine the ingredients (minus the cherry) in a mixing glass half full of ice and stir
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass
Garnish with a cherry
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