Dubonnet's enduring popularity can be largely credited to its versatility. In the words of noted mixologist Dale DeGroff, "With its rich ruby color, spicy aroma, and refreshing flavors, Dubonnet embodies the best of the aperitif cocktail."

Inspiring mixologists through the ages, Dubonnet earned its own eponymous cocktail - made from equal parts Dubonnet and dry gin, topped off with a splash of orange bitters and a twist of lemon - in the early 1900s.

A century later, the likes of Brian Miller of New York's famed Death & Co. and the mixologists at Gemma restaurant in New York's Bowery Hotel serve up an array of classically inspired new cocktails made with this enduring favorite.


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