A classic cocktail with a British twist, the Bentley is named after an automaker that doesn't have anything to be humble about. This drink contains only three ingredients and was popularized at one of London’s most luxurious hotels - The Savoy Hotel!
Here you can enjoy sipping on this simple yet powerful concoction as it pays homage both in name (after Bentleys) as well as tribute for all those who drive around town looking just like royalty from back then: "Bently Boys."
1½ oz. Calvados
1½ oz. Dubonnet Rouge
3 dashes of Orange Bitters
Mix equal parts calvados and Dubonnet Rouge and the 3 dashes of orange bitters in a mixing glass.
Stir until blended and strain into a chilled Nick and Nora glass.
You can add an orange twist to this cocktail to give the perfect finishing touch. This drink is adapted from the Savoy Cocktail Book, a 1930s book by Harry Craddock.