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Manhattan transfer: A cocktail that leaves us stirred

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In case you didn’t know, a Manhattan is a martini made with rye and sweet, not dry, vermouth, GQ explains. Paula Forbes shares a recipe with a bitter twistfrom the book Cocktail Codex by Alex Day, Nick Fauchald and David Kaplan. Try mixing up the Death & Co. craft cocktail chain founders’ rye-based take on a Boulevardier, too.

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