Cocktail Recipes

Thirsty? We have hundreds and hundreds of delicious cocktail recipes from expert bartenders around the world. No matter if you're looking for a classic cocktail, a punch for a party or an original concoction, we have a cocktail recipe for every taste and occasion. What are you waiting for? Start mixing!
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The Kilbeggan Secret Sour - Irish Whiskey Cocktail

The Kilbeggan Secret Sour

Irish Whiskey

An elegant spin on the classic Whiskey Sour, the Kilbeggan Secret Sour uses Irish whiskey, lemon and grapefruit.

Shiso Gimlet - Gin Cocktail

Shiso Gimlet


This Asian twist on the classic Gimlet recipe is the signature cocktail of the Hakkasan restaurant chain. Shake up a Shiso Gimlet tonight.

Montauk - Gin Cocktail



Love vermouth? Try the Montauk, a gin cocktail that includes both sweet and dry.

Nolet's Silver Dutch Mule - Gin Cocktail

NOLET’S Silver Dutch Mule


This two-ingredient cocktail is a simple gin concoction. Try the NOLET'S Silver Dutch Mule now.

Tasman Sea - Rum cocktail

Tazza di Vita

Gin Liqueurs , Modern Classics

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.

Not Manhattan - Rum Cocktail

Not Manhattan

Rum , Modern Classics

Don't believe your eyes: There's no whiskey or vermouth in this cocktail.

A Lonely Island Lost in the Middle of a Foggy Sea - Rum Cocktail

A Lonely Island Lost in the Middle of a Foggy Sea

Rum , Tiki / Tropical

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.

Rub & Rye - Beer Cocktail

Rub & Rye

Beer Rye Whiskey , Modern Classics

With rye whiskey, Belgian beer and a beef-jerky garnish, this is the manliest cocktail recipe we know of.

Death In The Afternoon - Champagne Cocktail

Death In The Afternoon

Absinthe , Classics

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.

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