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M Gin & Tonic

Gin , Modern Classics

Chicago’s RPM Steak rolled out three G&Ts for its summer menu—an “R,” a “P” and an “M,” appropriately. The M is an especially distinct take on the classic Gin & Tonic—a darker, more lush version of the usually bright and zippy drink.

This recipe originally appeared as part of Gin & Tonics Across the USA: These 9 G&Ts Will Make You a Believer.

The Elyx Martini

Vodka , Martinis

Meet the crisp, light two-ingredient Martini you’ve been waiting for.

The Elyx Spritz

Vodka , Modern Classics

Meet your new favorite light, effervescent spritz, perfect for summer sipping.

Cold Fashioned

Vodka , Modern Classics

Vodka, sherry and Cynar liqueur are more interesting mixers than milk and sugar. Try them with your next cold-brew coffee in this spin on the Old Fashioned.

B&T

Gin , Classics

A Gin & Tonic is one of life’s simplest, crispest pleasures, and it doesn’t get any easier to make than this one.

London Spritz

Gin , Modern Classics

The Aperol Spritz was the drink of the summer a few years ago. Beefeater Gin has given it a London upgrade by combining the bittersweet flavors of Aperol with the classic notes of a Gin & Tonic.

Spanish Gin & Tonic

Gin , Modern Classics

It’s time to give your G&T a facelift. Originally from Basque Country, Spain, this fun twist on the classic Highball looks as good in the glass as it will on your brunch table. The key is in the garnish. Experiment with seasonal fruit and herb combos to find the one that best suits you.

Franny & Joe

Liqueurs , Modern Classics

Some people would rather start their day with caffeine. Those drinkers will appreciate the Franny & Joe. The mix of authentic hazelnut liqueur and cold-brew coffee makes this cocktail perfect for brunch. Add cream to transform this cocktail into the right kind of morning starter.

Campari Orange

Liqueurs , Modern Classics

Think of this as a refined Italian alternative to a Screwdriver. The orange juice makes it a natural fit in the family of brunch cocktails, while the Campari gives it Italian authenticity. The Campari Orange isn’t the most famous use of Campari—that distinction goes to the Negroni—but this aperitivo should really, truly be a brunch staple.

Frangelico Frizzante

Liqueurs , Modern Classics

The Frizzante is a perfect sip for enjoying brunch alfresco. Crafted with wild Tonda Gentile hazelnuts from the Piedmont region of Northern Italy, Frangelico adds the perfect nutty flavor with a hint of sweetness complemented by the lime citrus in the Frizzante cocktail.

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