I'm digging B&O American Brasserie's fall cocktail menu
Baltimore doesn't have many places with well thought out, seasonal cocktail menus.
That's why I was pleased to get a copy of B&O American Brasserie's new fall drink list. Here it is Monday morning and I'm already drooling over some of the menu's wintery mixes.
I like the sound of Washington's Nightcap, a $12 cocktail made with Madeira wine, Drambuie liqueur and warm apple cider and garnished with roasted nuts. Mmm.
Here are some of the other highlights ...
Vanilla bean ice cream, Nux Alpina walnut liqueur, Godiva Chocolate Liqueur with dark chocolate shavings. $10
Absolut Pears, pear puree, fall spiced syrup, splash of champagne ($10)
Tröeg’s Nut Brown Ale, Scrumpy’s Organic Cider, St. Elizabeth’s Allspice Dram ($10)
The one item I'm a little curious about is the Smokestack. The menu says it's made with Sazerac Rye, Dolin Sweet Vermouth, fig jam and liquid smoke. Liquid smoke? What? How do you liquify smoke?
(Baltimore Sun photo by Kim Hairston)