The classic combination of gin, lime juice and simple syrup gets a fresh-produce boost in the Cucumber, Basil & Lime Gimlet. Swap out gin for vodka, add a little lemonade and you've got the ideal warm-weather cocktail.
You’ll fall in love with this creamy, chocolaty and chile pepper-spiked vodka cocktail.
It just blew in from Montego Bay.
Whether you're watching football, baseball or basketball, this bourbon punch goes well with friends and sports.
Move over tonic. Gin and cherries may be the perfect combination.
Swap out the gin in a Negroni for rye whiskey and you get the delicious Boulevardier. It's equally complex as its gin-based predecessor, but the whiskey adds warmth, making it perfect for autumn and winter drinking.
Believed to have originated in the 1970 by a bartender and fan of the iconic band, the B-52 is classic guilty pleasure armed with three liqueurs. Make this layered shooter in seconds and impress all your friends.
You don’t have to be from the east or old to enjoy this St-Germain, Plymouth Gin, cucumber and mint cocktail.
There’s nothing odorless or tasteless about this cocktail.
You’ll enjoy the classic Gin & Tonic on a hot day, a cold day or really any day at all.