The Dry Martini is a classic cocktail that, like a tailored suit, is timeless. Although the original of the tipple is unclear, the Dry Martini has maintained a place in cocktail history due to being easy to use and endlessly sophisticated. Elegant for the fancy and boozy for the heavy-handed, this potation is truly the everyman's cocktail.
This sweet drink makes a strong case for using grape juice in cocktails.
Hitch a ride on this rye whiskey, lemon juice and white tea liqueur cocktail.
A refreshing twist on the classic.
Find out what happens when you add mango to an all-time classic.
Many presidents had cocktails created in their honor, but few have stood the test of time. Created in 1896 during the 25th president’s election, the McKinley’s Delight is an exception. It incorporates classic elements from the Manhattan, but dresses them up for the special occasion with cherry liqueur and a dash of absinthe.
A few dashes of pear brandy and Fernet-Branca make this gin cocktail recipe unique.
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.