Vermouth takes the lead in this floral cocktail.
This play on the Aviation cocktail trades gin for vodka, but adds absinthe to keep it interesting.
This tall refresher uses a base of Drambuie for its honey notes.
To a Mojito-style combination of ingredients, we add cucumber and a whisper of absinthe.
Get a head start on summer with this refreshing pisco cocktail.
Tequila and grapefruit are found in this not-so-close Sangria cousin.
The classic Negroni gets a splash of citrus in this cocktail.
Almond milk is the base of this cocktail with Mexican flair.
A dessert cocktail combines smoky scotch and chocolate liqueur.
Beer and wine make the base for delightful syrups.
This soothing hot cocktail calls for black tea with vanilla and smoky mezcal.
Warmed oatmeal stout makes the base of a great winter cocktail.
This vintage cocktail from Boston contains rye whiskey, two kinds of juice, and grenadine.
Aged rum and apricot liqueur aren't your typical holiday cocktail ingredients.
This rum-based cocktail also contains a touch of cognac.
This unexpected flavor combination is great in cocktails like the Chartreuse Swizzle.
Scotch, Lemon, Ginger, and Honey come together in this delightful drink.
A book on retro cocktails skips the popular ones and suggests some others for revival.
A new brand of creme de menthe inspires reconsideration of the Stinger and other 1970s cocktails.
A new book looks at the drinks in the books and life of Ernest Hemingway.
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