The Hwayo Negroni is a riff on the Negroni using soju.
This drink takes the subtle flavors in a Boulevardier and adds dark cherry and bitter roasted coffee liqueur.
Although beets maybe seem like an odd or unnecessary addition to a shrub, they actually keep the sweetness in check with a welcome earthiness. And the shrub makes a fantastic mixer in this gin and Campari cocktail.
Turn the French 75 on its head by swapping in tequila, fennel liqueur and honey syrup and topping with bubbles.
Meet the ensemble cast critics will cheer for, featuring heavy-hitters like tequila, Yellow Chartreuse and velvet falernum.
Mezcal lends a note of fire and brimstone to this bittersweet bourbon cocktail.
White cacao and banana liqueur balance the dry, bitter duo of cocoa nibs and Campari in this elegant Irish whiskey cocktail from The Dead Rabbit.
Give your winter Toddy a Greek vacation by adding Tentura, a Greek liqueur spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.
Cardamaro’s spice and nuttiness are perfect complements to the fresh apple flavor of the Calvados and warming spice of the rye whiskey in this cold weather cocktail.
Bitter amaro bites through this otherwise “spritzy” drink, made with gin, aperol and silky gum syrup.