Cocktail Recipes

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Golden Frog

Vodka , Modern Classics

This cocktail by Steve Schneider appears on the inaugural menu of Panama City’s The Strangers Club in honor of Panama’s national animal.

Celebratini

Vodka , Modern Classics

This cocktail from The Thinking Girl’s Guide to Drinking (Cocktails Without Regrets) (Regan Arts, $24.95) by Ariane Resnick and Brittini Rae occupies a middle ground between Martini and green juice.

Mayahuel

Mezcal , Modern Classics

This cocktail from Washington, D.C.’s Espita Mezcaleria is a riff on a Margarita, made with mezcal and rimmed with sal de gusano.

Smiling Rabbit

Mezcal , Modern Classics

This mezcal cocktail is the signature drink at Washington, D.C.’s Espita Mezcaleria.

Blackberry Wine Slushy

Vodka Wine & Champagne , Frozen / Blended

Now you have the perfect use for that bit of leftover wine.

Haiballer

Shochu , Modern Classics

At Washington, D.C.’s Dram & Grain, the latest menu was dubbed Dram & Global, offering a series of drinks inspired from different cities across the world, including this Tokyo-style highball.

Wake & Bake Julep

Whiskey , Modern Classics

This Irish Coffee by Brian Tasch of Dusek’s Board and Beer in Chicago gets an iced makeover, along with some welcome additions and tweaks to the traditional recipes.

Organic Moscow Mule

Vodka , Classics

Check out this organic take on the legendary vodka-based Moscow Mule. Born in the 1950s heyday of vodka, the Moscow Mule combines ginger beer, lime juice and the clear spirit. Refreshing and easy to make, this drink is perfect for any time of day.

Traditional Mai Tai

Rum , Classics Tiki / Tropical

In Tahitian, “Mai Tai” means “The best—out of this world,” as exclaimed by the first person to taste Trader Vic’s original version. The iconic tiki drink was created to showcase the flavor of good quality rum, and should never be neon-colored or overly sweet. A proper Mai Tai is a deep amber hue and allows the rum to shine through.

Mojito

Rum , Classics Tiki / Tropical

What's the perfect way to capture summer all year long? A well-mixed Mojito, of course. A decedent of the Cuban cocktail El Draque, this five ingredient highball is a favorite of many, including Ernest Hemingway.

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