Brazil's most popular cocktail has gone global.
There are many ways to make an Irish Coffee, but most of the fuss is over the cream on top.
The biggest trend in cocktails is that they're getting better everywhere.
The distinction between curacao and triple sec orange liqueurs is more a matter of history and coloring than the way they’re made today.
For the simplest of champagne cocktails, add a splash of a floral liqueur and behold the aromatic fireworks.
French, Italian, sweet, dry, red, white: Here’s a quick tip on remembering which vermouth is which.
Do you really need all that equipment to enjoy absinthe? The short answer: Nope.
The tasty aperitif Dubonnet was originally designed to help the anti-malarial medicine go down.
Once upon a time, a cocktail was a specific drink rather than an entire category of beverages. Today it goes by a different name.
These spicy vodka infusions will be done in a day and ready for tomorrow's Bloody Mary brunch.
This scotch cocktail contains an unusual set of ingredients that make magic together.
While we most often associate warm drinks with whiskey and rum, the Hot Buttered Anejo makes the case for tequila.
If you like peppermint hot chocolate, try this grown-up version made with green Chartreuse.
Move over, margarita mix: The Dragonwell Punch plays well with tequila.
Speakeasy, a new cocktail recipe book from the owners of New York's Employees Only bar, features clever spins on classic drinks.
Make your own grenadine and put it to good use in the juicy Jack Rose Cocktail.
When cocktail bloggers gather, strange drinks happen.
The Harvey Wallbanger may have gone out of fashion with the fern bar, but the drink deserves a second look.
The Aviation is a classic cocktail with a name that confounded mixologists- until they discovered the drink's true origin.
Homemade Ginger Beer is delicious on its own and mixes well with most spirits.
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