One of America’s earliest cocktails, the Sazerac is a homegrown New Orleans specialty. Peychaud’s Bitters are a key element and were created by Antoine Peychaud, a French Quarter pharmacist, who invented the cocktail in the 1830s. The Sazerac was originally made with cognac, but an insect epidemic destroyed many French vineyards and resulted in the lasting switch to rye whiskey.
The fizzy elderflower-and-wine cocktail has become a modern classic. You simply need a measure St-Germain elderflower liqueur, some Champagne to cut the sweetness and soda to make it ultra-refreshing.
The Negroni Cocktail is a classic Italian drink. Order a Negroni and you'll be sure to Impress your bartender.
Named for Mexico’s largest city, this is an aged-tequila twist on the classic Manhattan.
It's also good for winter, spring and fall.
Hoist one to the skull and bones. Arrr!
Grand Marnier's Smash is so simple with only three ingredients but it's oh so refreshing.
Throwing a big party? This tropical spiced rum punch recipe serves 25.
The tasty ginger liqueur Domaine de Canton doesn't need much dressing up.
Mix up this tequila, cassis and grapefruit cocktail.