Cocktail Recipes

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Maribell’s Late Again

Gin , Modern Classics

This savory cocktail by bartender Reid Lewis at Dallas’ Bowen House features rosemary-infused olive oil.


Dr. Osthimer

Bourbon / American Whiskey , Modern Classics

This shaken cocktail has just enough citrus to brighten up the sweet flavor profile. It’s precisely what the doctor ordered.


La Bruja Dulce

Rye Whiskey , Modern Classics

La Bruja Dulce is a witch’s brew of high-quality rye and stand-out liqueurs. The spirit-forward cocktail perfectly balances sweet and spicy flavors.


Wabash Avenue Sour

Whiskey , Modern Classics

The Wabash Avenue Sour updates the Whiskey Sour by adding Chicago’s own FEW bourbon or rye. And that’s not the only ingredient shaking up the classic recipe.


NOLET’S Strawberry Mint Punch

Gin , Modern Classics

NOLET’S Strawberry Mint Punch


Lunar Eclipse

Vodka , Modern Classics

At upscale Dallas gastropub Victor Tangos, bartender Matt Ragan wanted to offer his guests a turmeric-infused vodka drink that could give them a nice healthy buzz.

(image: Tim Nusog)

Vodka Red Bull

Vodka , Modern Classics

Sometimes you want an expertly made and well-balanced cocktail. And sometimes you want some booze and artificial energy. Enter the Vodka Red Bull, once and arguably still quite popular at many city clubs and beyond.

(image: Tim Nusog)

Blow Job

Amaretto , Modern Classics

This layered shot originated around the early ’90s in the U.S. and is meant to be imbibed hands-free.

(image: Tim Nusog)

Vodka Gimlet

Vodka , Classics

The classic Gimlet takes gin, but many opt for this vodka version.


Asian Pear

Baijiu , Modern Classics

HKB baijiu was created as a “gateway” baijiu for the Western palate. Orson Salicetti, at New York City’s Lumos, uses it in this cocktail for its floral, lightly sweet notes, which complement the pear juice and liqueur. With the inclusion of agave and lime, this is essentially a sour with some additional components.

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