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.
This warming Scandinavian tipple is just what you need during chilly winter months.
Nobody will suspect a thing if you just sit quietly and enjoy this sophisticated bourbon cocktail.
Get dizzy with this Averna and lemon cocktail.
The classic bourbon Brown Derby cocktail is named for the eponymous hat-shaped Los Angeles diner. It's both sweet and sour with a hefty dose of grapefruit juice and a touch of honey syrup. Try this recipe now to find out what all the hype is about.
Try this spiced summertime take on the classic cold-weather toddy.
Bring a little mayhem to your mouth with this beer cocktail's complex combination of sweet, sour, smoky, bitter and bubbly.
Who says Jell-O Shots have to end at college? These tried and true party drinks are fun, easy to make and instant crowd pleasers. Pro tip: Jell-O Shots are a blank canvas for creativity so mix it up with different colors, flavors and shapes. Your friends will love them.
New Orleans watering hole SoBou serves this subtle twist on the classic Brandy Milk Punch.