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Enjoying American Brandy

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A brief introduction to American brandy with cocktail recipes.

Brandy is derived from the Dutch term brandewijn, meaning "burnt wine." The term was known as branntwein or weinbrand in Germany, brandevin in France, and brandywine in England — we have shortened the word simply to brandy.

Made by distilling wine or fruit that is then aged in oak barrels, brandy is made in most countries that produce wine. The difference in brandy varies from country to country — soil, climate, grapes, production methods, and blending give each brandy its own unique flavor and style.

Brandy was introduced to California over 200 years ago by Spanish missionaries. The state produces the largest percentage of American brandy, most of which is made in the San Joaquin Valley to take advantage of the soil, climate, and water.

Popular Brands

Carneros Alambic: The alambic (cognac-style) brandy in California.

Christian Brothers Brandy: This brandy is processed and aged in Napa Valley.

E&J Gallo: They produce E&J Brandy (Gold), E&J V.S.O.P. Brandy, and E&J White Brandy.

Germain-Robin: Another excellent alambic brandy from California.

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American Trilogy

1. Place sugar cube in Old Fashioned rocks
glass and top with orange bitters
2. Muddle sugar cube
3. Add balance of ingredients
4. Add ice, preferably one large cube, and stir
well with a bar spoon
5. Garnish with orange peel

About This Drink

Richard Boccato and Michael McIlroy created the American Trilogy in 2007 while bartending together at New York’s, Little Branch. This Old Fashioned-style cocktail follows the same bitters, sugar, whiskey and orange peel profile as the classic, but uses orange bitters, a brown sugar cube and one part applejack and one part rye whiskey.
As the name implies, each ingredient of this three-part cocktail represents one pillar of the Trilogy. Laird’s Bonded Applejack Brandy is the first and oldest distilled spirit in America with American rye whiskey following soon after in the late 1700s. The third pillar of this cocktail is somewhat of a mystery but according to creator Richard Boccato, is often thought to be the orange bitters because of its American origins.


American Trilogy

1. Place sugar cube in Old Fashioned rocks
glass and top with orange bitters
2. Muddle sugar cube
3. Add balance of ingredients
4. Add ice, preferably one large cube, and stir
well with a bar spoon
5. Garnish with orange peel

About This Drink

Richard Boccato and Michael McIlroy created the American Trilogy in 2007 while bartending together at New York’s, Little Branch. This Old Fashioned-style cocktail follows the same bitters, sugar, whiskey and orange peel profile as the classic, but uses orange bitters, a brown sugar cube and one part applejack and one part rye whiskey.
As the name implies, each ingredient of this three-part cocktail represents one pillar of the Trilogy. Laird’s Bonded Applejack Brandy is the first and oldest distilled spirit in America with American rye whiskey following soon after in the late 1700s. The third pillar of this cocktail is somewhat of a mystery but according to creator Richard Boccato, is often thought to be the orange bitters because of its American origins.


American Trilogy

1. Place sugar cube in Old Fashioned rocks
glass and top with orange bitters
2. Muddle sugar cube
3. Add balance of ingredients
4. Add ice, preferably one large cube, and stir
well with a bar spoon
5. Garnish with orange peel

About This Drink

Richard Boccato and Michael McIlroy created the American Trilogy in 2007 while bartending together at New York’s, Little Branch. This Old Fashioned-style cocktail follows the same bitters, sugar, whiskey and orange peel profile as the classic, but uses orange bitters, a brown sugar cube and one part applejack and one part rye whiskey.
As the name implies, each ingredient of this three-part cocktail represents one pillar of the Trilogy. Laird’s Bonded Applejack Brandy is the first and oldest distilled spirit in America with American rye whiskey following soon after in the late 1700s. The third pillar of this cocktail is somewhat of a mystery but according to creator Richard Boccato, is often thought to be the orange bitters because of its American origins.


American Trilogy

1. Place sugar cube in Old Fashioned rocks
glass and top with orange bitters
2. Muddle sugar cube
3. Add balance of ingredients
4. Add ice, preferably one large cube, and stir
well with a bar spoon
5. Garnish with orange peel

About This Drink

Richard Boccato and Michael McIlroy created the American Trilogy in 2007 while bartending together at New York’s, Little Branch. This Old Fashioned-style cocktail follows the same bitters, sugar, whiskey and orange peel profile as the classic, but uses orange bitters, a brown sugar cube and one part applejack and one part rye whiskey.
As the name implies, each ingredient of this three-part cocktail represents one pillar of the Trilogy. Laird’s Bonded Applejack Brandy is the first and oldest distilled spirit in America with American rye whiskey following soon after in the late 1700s. The third pillar of this cocktail is somewhat of a mystery but according to creator Richard Boccato, is often thought to be the orange bitters because of its American origins.


American Trilogy

1. Place sugar cube in Old Fashioned rocks
glass and top with orange bitters
2. Muddle sugar cube
3. Add balance of ingredients
4. Add ice, preferably one large cube, and stir
well with a bar spoon
5. Garnish with orange peel

About This Drink

Richard Boccato and Michael McIlroy created the American Trilogy in 2007 while bartending together at New York’s, Little Branch. This Old Fashioned-style cocktail follows the same bitters, sugar, whiskey and orange peel profile as the classic, but uses orange bitters, a brown sugar cube and one part applejack and one part rye whiskey.
As the name implies, each ingredient of this three-part cocktail represents one pillar of the Trilogy. Laird’s Bonded Applejack Brandy is the first and oldest distilled spirit in America with American rye whiskey following soon after in the late 1700s. The third pillar of this cocktail is somewhat of a mystery but according to creator Richard Boccato, is often thought to be the orange bitters because of its American origins.


American Trilogy

1. Place sugar cube in Old Fashioned rocks
glass and top with orange bitters
2. Muddle sugar cube
3. Add balance of ingredients
4. Add ice, preferably one large cube, and stir
well with a bar spoon
5. Garnish with orange peel

About This Drink

Richard Boccato and Michael McIlroy created the American Trilogy in 2007 while bartending together at New York’s, Little Branch. This Old Fashioned-style cocktail follows the same bitters, sugar, whiskey and orange peel profile as the classic, but uses orange bitters, a brown sugar cube and one part applejack and one part rye whiskey.
As the name implies, each ingredient of this three-part cocktail represents one pillar of the Trilogy. Laird’s Bonded Applejack Brandy is the first and oldest distilled spirit in America with American rye whiskey following soon after in the late 1700s. The third pillar of this cocktail is somewhat of a mystery but according to creator Richard Boccato, is often thought to be the orange bitters because of its American origins.


American Trilogy

1. Place sugar cube in Old Fashioned rocks
glass and top with orange bitters
2. Muddle sugar cube
3. Add balance of ingredients
4. Add ice, preferably one large cube, and stir
well with a bar spoon
5. Garnish with orange peel

About This Drink

Richard Boccato and Michael McIlroy created the American Trilogy in 2007 while bartending together at New York’s, Little Branch. This Old Fashioned-style cocktail follows the same bitters, sugar, whiskey and orange peel profile as the classic, but uses orange bitters, a brown sugar cube and one part applejack and one part rye whiskey.
As the name implies, each ingredient of this three-part cocktail represents one pillar of the Trilogy. Laird’s Bonded Applejack Brandy is the first and oldest distilled spirit in America with American rye whiskey following soon after in the late 1700s. The third pillar of this cocktail is somewhat of a mystery but according to creator Richard Boccato, is often thought to be the orange bitters because of its American origins.


American Trilogy

1. Place sugar cube in Old Fashioned rocks
glass and top with orange bitters
2. Muddle sugar cube
3. Add balance of ingredients
4. Add ice, preferably one large cube, and stir
well with a bar spoon
5. Garnish with orange peel

About This Drink

Richard Boccato and Michael McIlroy created the American Trilogy in 2007 while bartending together at New York’s, Little Branch. This Old Fashioned-style cocktail follows the same bitters, sugar, whiskey and orange peel profile as the classic, but uses orange bitters, a brown sugar cube and one part applejack and one part rye whiskey.
As the name implies, each ingredient of this three-part cocktail represents one pillar of the Trilogy. Laird’s Bonded Applejack Brandy is the first and oldest distilled spirit in America with American rye whiskey following soon after in the late 1700s. The third pillar of this cocktail is somewhat of a mystery but according to creator Richard Boccato, is often thought to be the orange bitters because of its American origins.


American Trilogy

1. Place sugar cube in Old Fashioned rocks
glass and top with orange bitters
2. Muddle sugar cube
3. Add balance of ingredients
4. Add ice, preferably one large cube, and stir
well with a bar spoon
5. Garnish with orange peel

About This Drink

Richard Boccato and Michael McIlroy created the American Trilogy in 2007 while bartending together at New York’s, Little Branch. This Old Fashioned-style cocktail follows the same bitters, sugar, whiskey and orange peel profile as the classic, but uses orange bitters, a brown sugar cube and one part applejack and one part rye whiskey.
As the name implies, each ingredient of this three-part cocktail represents one pillar of the Trilogy. Laird’s Bonded Applejack Brandy is the first and oldest distilled spirit in America with American rye whiskey following soon after in the late 1700s. The third pillar of this cocktail is somewhat of a mystery but according to creator Richard Boccato, is often thought to be the orange bitters because of its American origins.


American Trilogy

1. Place sugar cube in Old Fashioned rocks
glass and top with orange bitters
2. Muddle sugar cube
3. Add balance of ingredients
4. Add ice, preferably one large cube, and stir
well with a bar spoon
5. Garnish with orange peel

About This Drink

Richard Boccato and Michael McIlroy created the American Trilogy in 2007 while bartending together at New York’s, Little Branch. This Old Fashioned-style cocktail follows the same bitters, sugar, whiskey and orange peel profile as the classic, but uses orange bitters, a brown sugar cube and one part applejack and one part rye whiskey.
As the name implies, each ingredient of this three-part cocktail represents one pillar of the Trilogy. Laird’s Bonded Applejack Brandy is the first and oldest distilled spirit in America with American rye whiskey following soon after in the late 1700s. The third pillar of this cocktail is somewhat of a mystery but according to creator Richard Boccato, is often thought to be the orange bitters because of its American origins.


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