Childhood memories of apple cider with a little something extra to remind you why being an adult is OK, too.
The cognac-and-rye classic Vieux Carré cocktail was invented at New Orleans' famed Carousel Bar.
The crispness and spice of this tasty elixir will help stimulate your appetite.
This rich drink should both revive you and settle your stomach after a big holiday meal.
Date molasses, thai chiles and citrus? We guarantee you've never tasted a mocktail so good.
This nutty lemonade cocktail is so good, you won't even notice it's liquor-free.
A three-note combination of creamy caramel, rich java and smooth vodka.
She always leaves you wanting more.
Serve a big bowl of this festive mezcal concoction at your next party.
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.