Despite the name, this creamy cocktail isn’t particularly high in alcohol compared to other drinks. But it’s delicious all the same.
This classic cooler can be made with vodka or gin and is perfect for a warm sunny day.
By adding a jolt of sesame to this milk punch with matcha, the cocktail becomes fuller and rounder, a harmony of fresh green and deep, nutty flavors.
This festive vodka creation is cause for celebration thanks to the additions of red wine, spiced pear liqueur and maple syrup.
Pear puree and pear liqueur add a double dose of fall flavor to this bubbly highball.
This base of freshly-brewed Darjeeling tea spiked with hibiscus, strawberry and lemon peel is a bright match for vodka and cranberry bitters.
The spicy Mangapeño put Enzo Cangemi on the map. Inspired both by his early years in Los Angeles and his Italian heritage, the Mangapeño combines Grey Goose Vodka, Aperol, mango syrup, lemon juice and a slice of muddled jalapeño.
This two-ingredient take on the classic Martini is named for the fashion icon.
This picturesque pineapple and vodka concoction is served at Edition Hotels.
After one sip of this pineapple-spiked drink from San Francisco’s Dirty Habit, you won’t need any more coaxing.