This mezcal cocktail is a sure thing.
An elegant spin on the classic Whiskey Sour, the Kilbeggan Secret Sour uses Irish whiskey, lemon and grapefruit.
This Asian twist on the classic Gimlet recipe is the signature cocktail of the Hakkasan restaurant chain. Shake up a Shiso Gimlet tonight.
Love vermouth? Try the Montauk, a gin cocktail that includes both sweet and dry.
This two-ingredient cocktail is a simple gin concoction. Try the NOLET'S Silver Dutch Mule now.
Herbal and complex Averna from Italy combines with bright and crisp Death's Door Gin from Wisconsin in a refreshing sip-on-the-patio beverage.
Don't believe your eyes: There's no whiskey or vermouth in this cocktail.
This tiki cocktail recipe from Paul McGee of Chicago's Three Dots and a Dash combines pineapple, coffee and three types of rum into one tasty concoction.
With rye whiskey, Belgian beer and a beef-jerky garnish, this is the manliest cocktail recipe we know of.
Champion drinker Ernest Hemingway claimed to have invented the Death in the Afternoon, a risky pairing of absinthe and Champagne, himself. His exact instructions suggested adding iced Champagne to a jigger of absinthe until it attained “the proper opalescent milkiness,” then proceeding to drink three to five of the cocktails in one sitting.