Cocktail Recipes

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Irish Coffee

Irish Whiskey

Prepare to fall under the charm of the most famous coffee cocktail of all time. As befits a drink with Irish heritage, there’s many a tall tale surrounding its origins.

Pink Flamingo

Rhum agricole , Modern Classics

This rhum agricole cocktail served at Over Proof’s pop-up bar Flip-Flop (upstairs at ABV ) in San Francisco is inspired by the Jungle Bird and uses a house-made blend of aperitivos.

Momisette

Pastis , Classics

This classic French cocktail combines licorice and almond flavors.

Bourbon Milk Punch

Bourbon / American Whiskey , Classics

This classic brunch cocktail hails from New Orleans.

Port of Call

Gin , Modern Classics

This gin cocktail by Tom Macy of Clover Club in New York City combines sweet and tart flavors.

Green Tea Highball

Whiskey , Modern Classics

Two of Japan’s most famous beverages get cozy in this uplifting cocktail.

Fallen Leaf

Bourbon / American Whiskey , Hot

Brett Esler of Whisler's in Austin created this intricate take on the Hot Toddy. It gets a nice spice from ginger liqueur, a round sweetness from house-made honey syrup and plenty of spice from cinnamon and allspice. Keep in mind this tipple proves strong, so it's best to sip slowly.

Eau de Lavender

Tequila , Modern Classics

Sexy and smooth, this tequila cocktail has a hint of lavender and a dash of sweet honey syrup. It's spring in a cup, but since the floral flavors come from bitters, you can sip it all year round.

Tequila Honey Bee

Tequila , Modern Classics

Bartender Nick Korbee, the executive chef and beverage director at Egg Shop in New York City, uses honey in his tequila cocktail, with a touch of smokiness thanks to a mezcal wash, which goes brilliantly with the sweet nectar and tart lemon.

Color Changing Martini

Gin , Modern Classics

This cocktail from Public Belt at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside changes color from light purple to deep purple to a bright fuschia.

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