This fizzy, citrusy concoction is distantly related to its cousin Tom.
Warning: this drink is not the for the faint of heart. Sex on the Beach boasts one of the most provocative names for a cocktail. Fruit-filled and perfect for enjoying a night in the tropics, its no wonder why this cocktail has stayed around for so long.
You'll be begging for this Maker's Mark, maple syrup and beer cocktail.
Whiskey and spiced rum spike this fresh-fruit punch.
Gin, rose petals and exotic lychee team up to make this tasty, summery tipple.
The icy bourbon Stone Sour is perfect for a hot summer night.
No one knows who invented the Alabama Slammer, but legend has it that the colorful cocktail was first shaken at the University of Alabama in 1975. The sweet mix of SoCo, sloe gin, amaretto and orange juice is supposedly the signature drink of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team.
Try the first First Lady's famous rum-and-citrus drink.
Rye whiskey, Campari and sweet port join forces in this delicious sipper.
This variation on the Screwdriver is packed with citrus flavor.
A fruity concoction to remind you of warmer times.
This is one ride you'll gladly give up the wheel for. The classic Sidecar is one of the few great things to come out of the unfortunate era of Prohibition. It's part of the famous group of cocktails known as sours, but it's sweet enough that you'll have no trouble guzzling down a handful of them in no time at all.
Break the rules by mixing pomegranate and bourbon together.
Jazz up your Margarita with a bit of Grand Marnier, a cognac-and-orange-liqueur.
As majestic and strong as its namesake.
Every day is a holiday with this fizzy, fruity vodka punch.
Start your night with this refreshing bubbly and citrus concoction.