A bourbon Bloody Mary? Try this unusual concoction for brunch.
Who says medicine can't taste amazing? This essential cocktail was created for sailors as a way to prevent scurvy. It didn't take long to realize that this preventative drink was also delicious. While scurvy may be of the past, it seems like this tart tipple is here to stay.
The subtle twist on the fruity French Kir Royale combines Champagne and black raspberry liqueur, rather than the traditional creme de cassis. Whether you're celebrating a special occasion or need a bubbly brunch drink, mix up this swanky recipe for the Kir Royale.
This spicy, gingery spin on the brunch classic is perfect for a warm day.
Gin, rose petals and exotic lychee team up to make this tasty, summery tipple.
The short trip from Cuba to Mexico makes for a drastic change in flavor for the classic Mojito. Blending mint and tequila, this warm weather drink is an excellent Cinco de Mayo cocktail.
Genever, lime and a chile pepper—apparently they like it spicy in Holland.
Drink like a blue blood for the evening.
The cocktail equivalent of a New York egg cream, this rich and fizzy bourbon drink is absolutely delicious.
This spicy and sweet cocktail will have you seeing stars.