The Stinger cocktail is like an adult after-dinner mint. The recipe dates back to the 1890s. Feel the sweet sting of cognac and crème de menthe in this classic nitecap.
No need to feel guilty for mixing up this sweet and sour whiskey concoction.
It's been said that the original cocktail contains sugar, bitters, whiskey and water. This variation, made by cocktail legend Dale Degroff, adds muddled fruit and soda water for a lighter, fruitier taste.
An alliance of Irish and French spirits yields one delicious concoction.
The balance of sweet watermelon and spicy pepper makes this cocktail undeniably refreshing.
This drink recipe first appeared in Jerry Thomas’ seminal 1862 The Bon Vivant’s Companion.
Whip up a batch of clover honey syrup for this fruity Caipirinha-inspired tipple.
Break out the bubbly and the pineapple juice for a tasty Champagne Cobbler.
Strong black tea and spices give this Irish-whiskey-and-apple-juice tipple a kick.