|Primary alcohol by volume|
|Served||Straight up; without ice|
|Standard drinkware||Cocktail glass|
|Commonly used ingredients|
|Preparation||Stirred over ice, strained into a chilled glass, garnished, and served straight up.|
|"The Brooklyn Cocktail".|
The Brooklyn is one of five cocktails named for the boroughs of New York City, along with the Bronx, the Manhattan, the Queens and the Staten Island Ferry. It resembles a Manhattan, but with a specific type of bitters (several types of bitters can be used in a Manhattan) and the addition of Maraschino liqueur. It largely fell into obscurity after the end of Prohibition, but experienced a resurgence in the 1990s.
- Robert Simonson (2012-05-14). "Cocktails for the History Books, Not the Bar". Retrieved 2014-08-02.
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