Dry sherry is a style of sherry that has no appreciable residual sugar. Dry sherry can be made either by the reductive process in the case of Fino, Manzanilla or Amontillado, the hybrid process as with Palo Cortado, or the oxidative method, like Oloroso sherry.
Dry sherries are typically not broadly substitutable for each other. A cocktail made with Oloroso sherry will have a very different color and flavor profile than the same cocktail made with Fino sherry.
Some popular cocktails containing Dry sherry
- Trident — Aquavit, Cynar, Dry sherry, Peach bitters, Lemon peel
- Sloe Loris — Sloe gin, Dry sherry, Swedish Punsch, Cynar, Brandied cherry
- Chaplin — Bourbon, Dry sherry, Ramazzotti, Triple sec, Orange bitters, Lemon peel
- Aston Martin — Dry sherry, Gin, Bénédictine, Lemon peel
- Bizzy Izzy High Ball — Rye, Dry sherry, Pineapple syrup, Lemon juice
- Alberto — Gin, Aromatized wine, Dry sherry
- Up to Date — Rye, Dry sherry, Orange liqueur, Bitters
- Latin Trifecta — Tequila, Cynar, Dry sherry, Orange bitters, Orange peel
- Durero — Dry sherry, Dry sake, Bitters, Lemon peel
- Oubliette — Dry vermouth, Dry sherry, Kummel, Bitters, Absinthe, Lemon peel