Cocktail Recipes

Thirsty? We have hundreds and hundreds of delicious cocktail recipes from expert bartenders around the world. No matter if you're looking for a classic cocktail, a punch for a party or an original concoction, we have a cocktail recipe for every taste and occasion. What are you waiting for? Start mixing!
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Apple Toddy - Whiskey Cocktail

Apple Toddy

Bourbon / American Whiskey Brandy / Cognac , Hot

Childhood memories of apple cider with a little something extra to remind you why being an adult is OK, too.

Vieux Carré - Rye Whiskey Cocktail

Vieux Carré

Brandy / Cognac Rye Whiskey , Classics

The cognac-and-rye classic Vieux Carré cocktail was invented at New Orleans' famed Carousel Bar.

ginger-smash

Ginger Smash

Gin , Modern Classics

The crispness and spice of this tasty elixir will help stimulate your appetite.

Fernando

Fernando

Liqueurs Vermouth / Aperitif Wine

This rich drink should both revive you and settle your stomach after a big holiday meal.

Vermillion

Vermillion

Non-alcoholic , Non-Alcoholic

Date molasses, thai chiles and citrus? We guarantee you've never tasted a mocktail so good.

Orgeat Lemonade

Orgeat Lemonade

Non-alcoholic , Non-Alcoholic

This nutty lemonade cocktail is so good, you won't even notice it's liquor-free.

Iced Caramel Coffee - Vodka Cocktail

Iced Caramel Coffee

Vodka , Modern Classics

A three-note combination of creamy caramel, rich java and smooth vodka.

Stoli Gala Temptress - Vodka Cocktail

Stoli Gala Temptress

Vodka , Modern Classics

She always leaves you wanting more.

The Oaxacan Punch - Mezcal Cocktail

The Oaxacan Punch

Liqueurs Mezcal , Punches

Serve a big bowl of this festive mezcal concoction at your next party.

Corpse Reviver No. 1 - Cognac Cocktail

Corpse Reviver No. 1

Brandy / Cognac

The Corpse Reviver family of cocktails was traditionally consumed as hair-of-the-dog hangover relievers, meant to refresh after a night of heavy drinking. Revivers were popular during the late 19th and early 20th century, but faded away after Prohibition. Unlike its brother, the No. 2, the Corpse Reviver No. 1 has a rich mixture of spirits with a strong Cognac base.

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