This play on the Aviation cocktail trades gin for vodka, but adds absinthe to keep it interesting.
Most vodka cocktails and simple and juicy. This one is rich and seductive.
Use this 'sour' cocktail as a model for creating originals on the fly.
This drink from Portland, Oregon combines two bitter citrus flavors to great effect.
Cherries, limes, and the flavor of oranges come together in this summer drink.
From a hotel bar in Vancouver comes this cocktail of vanilla, orange, and mint flavors.
A basil-flavored vodka and pineapple juice form the heart of this cocktail.
Fall back with this hearty cocktail containing vodka, pomegranate, and a touch of vinegar to make it interesting.
A unique potato vodka from Sweden adds depth to light cocktails.
A cocktail that tastes like apple pie is made with a unique grass-flavored vodka from Poland.
This vodka-strawberry cocktail would be straight-forward were it not for some surprise ingredients.
This watermelon drink from a San Francisco bartender can be made with a variety of base spirits to suit your mood.
Being true to vintage recipes can require a touch of cocktail archaeology.
A cocktail created on-the-spot combines flavors of flan, creme brulee, mango sticky rice, and the milkshake-like Batida.
These spicy vodka infusions will be done in a day and ready for tomorrow's Bloody Mary brunch.
The Harvey Wallbanger may have gone out of fashion with the fern bar, but the drink deserves a second look.
Though the historically correct Gimlet should be made with preserved lime, fresh citrus is far more tasty.
This refreshing vodka cocktail from Fine Cooking drink blogger Camper English can be prepared one at a time or in bulk for parties.
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