"Bitter Godfather | Crafted Pour"

"This drink is named for the 1972 Marlon Brando movie, “The Godfather.” The original recipe calls for just two ingredients: equal parts blended whiskey and amaretto. That version was too sweet for me, so I went for a drier version by scaling back the amaretto and I added orange bitters. It’s a cocktail that you can’t refuse. ", "undefined", "Bitter Godfather",

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Bitter Godfather By , May 8, 2009 This drink is named for the 1972 Marlon Brando movie, “The Godfather.” The original recipe calls for just two ingredients: equal parts blended whiskey and amaretto. That version was too sweet for me, so I went for a drier version by scaling back the amaretto and I added orange bitters. It’s a cocktail that you can’t refuse. This drink is named for the 1972 Marlon Brando movie, “The Godfather.” The original recipe calls for just two ingredients: equal parts blended whiskey and amaretto. That version was too sweet for me, so I went for a drier version by scaling back the amaretto and I added orange bitters. It’s a cocktail that you can’t refuse. Ingredients: - Blended Scotch - Amaretto Instructions: Add ingredients to a mixing glass with ice and strain into a rocks glass over ice garnish with a citrus twist. If you substitute the scotch with bourbon, the variation is called The Boss. Spirit Forward,Blended,Easy to Make,Nutty,Stirred