Black people. Something bitter and strong can do wonders before a heavy dinner. We’re part of the classics, but if you’re so inclined, you might as well explore some black cousins: Boulevardier (with bourbon), Toffee Negroni (with aged rum and sherry) and Cin-Cyn (with artichoke liqueur like Cynar). If you’re not quite on the bitter train yet, go with something that’s easy to sip Aperol Spritz. If you don’t want a lot of alcohol but you want bitter, give it a try Orange on Orange (a mocktail) or even simpler, stir a few of your favorite bitters into the soda water.
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