Speakeasy #2 Cocktail
Luxado Amaro, Noilly Prat Dry Vermouth, Galliano, fresh rosemary
Tailgating libations weren’t consumed in parking lots during the Prohibition Era. They were consumed in the woods, in back alleys, and in secret bars called speakeasies—most of which were very close to where the spirits were actually getting distilled.
History has taught us that when there is booze, fans will find a way. Let this delicious recipe find its way into your repertoire, if not just for the story. Plus, it’s great for groups as it makes six cocktails.
12 ounces Luxardo Amaro
4 ounces Noilly Prat Dry Vermouth
4 ounces Galliano
7 ounces water
Sprigs of fresh rosemary
Find an empty wine bottle*, and get a funnel.
Pour all of the ingredients into the bottle through the funnel.
Cap bottle and place it in the fridge overnight.
Serve with a sprig of rosemary.
Bottled cocktails are great for parties. No mess, easy to transport, and they look great. The average wine bottle is 750 milliliters, which roughly translates to 27 ounces of liquid inside. Hence, our bottled cocktail recipes all add up to 27 ounces.