The Bamboo Cocktail has many variations since first recorded in 1900. However, I will stick with the original. If you want to read more about the history of the Bamboo Cocktail and its variations, check this article on Difford's Guide.From dry aperitif to a sweet dessert and also a balanced party cocktail, the Bamboo Cocktail versions can be enjoyed by everyone. I love the dryness of this recipe, but if you prefer the sweet side try with Sweet Vermouth.
- Mixing Glass
- Bar Spoon
- Nick & Nora Glass
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How to make
- Stir with ice
- Strain into chilled glass
- Serve in Nick & Nora Glass
- Twist a lemon zest and discard
- Garnish with Pimento stuffed olives
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