Craft Cocktail: Inlander

The Inlander, Eat Street Social, Photo by Aaron Davidson // The Growler Magazine

The Inlander, Eat Street Social, Photo by Aaron Davidson // The Growler Magazine

Keith Werner (below) has a great idea for holiday drinking: keep a good vermouth handy. Cocchi di Torino or Carpano Antica—come the end of the night, a dose of vermouth with a strong dark spirit and bitters is an ideal fireside slug. Or mix up the vermouth in a proper drink, like the Inlander, which is essentially a rum Manhattan. The Jagertee is a spiced rum liqueur that’s great for a late-night nip on its own.

Inlander
By Keith Werner, Eat Street Social

1 ½ ounces Plantation 5-year spiced rum
¾ ounce Cocchi di Torino
½ Stroh Jagertee
1 dropper Bittercube Jamaican #1 bitters

Method: Stir all ingredients with ice and strain into a lowball. Garnish with a swath of citrus zest.

Keith Werner, Eat Street Social, Photo by Aaron Davidson // Growler Magazine

Keith Werner, Eat Street Social, Photo by Aaron Davidson // Growler Magazine

More Holiday Cocktails:

Mulled Wine – this party starter is the best glögg around. Don’t skimp on the cocoa nibs!

Fall of Temperance – a blast of booze and bitter for your midday prep.

Falcon Gravy – the nog of your dreams, made with nitro milk stout.

Photo by Aaron Davidson // Growler Magazine

Photo by Aaron Davidson // Growler Magazine

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