The classic Negroni gets a splash of citrus in this cocktail.
A book on retro cocktails skips the popular ones and suggests some others for revival.
A new book looks at the drinks in the books and life of Ernest Hemingway.
Warm up your muddling arm for this gin drink with cherries.
A cocktail from Chicago uses rhubarb and rosemary to delicious effect.
A few suggestions for sprucing up a summer classic.
Give this juicy cocktail with Pimm's and cucumber gin a try.
From a new cocktail book comes a subtle apricot and peach-touched gin cocktail.
A tiny splash of aquavit brings the bold flavor of caraway to this cocktail.
The classic cocktail the Hanky Panky was invented by Savoy Hotel bartender Ada Coleman.
Being true to vintage recipes can require a touch of cocktail archaeology.
Fruity, floral,and fun are not the typical descriptors used for gin, but this new batch of brands is anything but traditional.
This summertime drink, discovered at a cocktail contest in France, combines gin, plum wine, lemon, and cinnamon.
Sparkling wine, pomegranate, gin, and lemon all share space in this tasty cocktail.
The Last Word is a newly-popular classic cocktail that has inspired many spin-off drinks.
Save yourself the trip to Singapore and make the Sling at home.
The Breakfast Martini owes its name not to the time of day at which it should be served, but to one of its ingredients: orange marmalade.
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.
The tasty aperitif Dubonnet was originally designed to help the anti-malarial medicine go down.
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