According to cocktail historian David Wondrich, the Rusty Nail made its first appearance in 1937—and it wasn't long before it became a classic. Don't worry; there's no need for a tetanus shot after drinking one of these.
A little sour, a little sweet, a little fizzy and a lot of tequila.
The Tom Collins is such a classic they named the glass after it.
All that fruit is good for you; have another glass of this delicious White Sangria.
Bourbon, apples and bubbles. Oh my!
This classic cocktail is the house Martini at London's Dukes Hotel, where James Bond creator Ian Fleming was a regular.
Kirschwasser, vermouth and raspberry make a romantic combination.
The fizzy Ramos Gin Fizz cocktail is all shook up.
You’ll be claiming Angelo as your own relative after just one sip of this delightful Eggnog recipe.
The liqueur pairs beautifully with Hendrick's Gin.