The classic combination of gin, lime juice and simple syrup gets a fresh-produce boost in the Cucumber, Basil & Lime Gimlet. Swap out gin for vodka, add a little lemonade and you've got the ideal warm-weather cocktail.
A lime brown sugar syrup gives this tropical refresher complex flavor.
According to Gary Regan’s research, the original Cosmopolitan was created by a South Beach bartender named Cheryl Cook. Eager to invent a new cocktail for the Martini glass, Cheryl riffed on the classic Kamikaze using a newly introduced citrus-flavored vodka plus a splash of cranberry juice. The rest is rose-hued history.
While the origin of this popular brunch cocktail is debatable, the Bloody Mary's staying power leaves no question. The Bloody Mary is a vodka-soaked nutritional breakfast and hangover cure all in one. What else can you want?
A tasty twist on a Brazilian classic.
This powerful cocktail is like an instant Caribbean vacation.
We give this simple gin-and-Campari drink an A-plus.
You can't refuse this complex beverage.
Thai basil adds an irreplaceable accent to this vodka-and-ginger-ale concoction.
Go tropical with this coconut water, lime and rum drink.
A bourbon Bloody Mary? Try this unusual concoction for brunch.
The classic Jack Rose cocktail gets a splash of Irish whiskey.
A little sour, a little sweet, a little fizzy and a lot of tequila.
All that fruit is good for you; have another glass of this delicious White Sangria.
Move over tonic. Gin and cherries may be the perfect combination.
You don't have to be stubborn to give this cocktail a try.
Sweet, tart and ice cold. Plus a big slug of tequila.
One part tequila and one part St-Germain. Simple but elegant.
Despite his tough reputation, Jack actually plays quite well with others.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo year-round with the tasty tequila Paloma cocktail.
Even when this drink describes the weather, you'll feel warm on the inside.
A cocktail you can really sink your teeth into.
Get inspired by absinthe, mint and pineapple juice.
The perfect punch to put any fiesta into gear.
Make the Cuban classic with a carbon-neutral spirit.
Try this orange-liqueur spin on the classic Dark & Stormy.
Start your celebration with this spicy cocktail.
The classic tequila shot gets a master mixologist’s upgrade.
It doesn’t get any simpler than rum and Coke.
Pretend like you’re on your yacht when you mix this one up.
It doesn’t get much simpler than this easy take on the classic.
This sweet-and-tart creation will set you abuzz.
This Averna cocktail demands to be made immediately.
Get introduced to French apple brandy with this simple variation on a classic.
A quick and easy version of the Margarita with a refreshing lemon-lime flavor.
Crisp, cool and chock full of tequila.
Try this fizzy absinthe drink.
Bourbon and ginger liqueur combine most deliciously in this concoction.
Who says a Bloody Mary needs to be made with vodka? Try this tequila take on the classic.
Psychedelic marching garb not required.
A refreshing Margarita with a cucumber twist.
This easy cocktail is a good reason to keep a bottle of ginger beer on hand.
The Gin & Tonic is the quintessential summer cocktail and is enough to refresh you on the hottest of days. This version uses a touch of both lemon and lime juices for the perfect citrusy touch.
Fire up a traditional tequila shot with a little hot sauce.
Ginger ale is the perfect partner for a honey-flavored vodka.
All the flavors of a Margarita are distilled down into this tasty shot.
This vodka-and-grapefruit concoction is pure old-school.
Mixing up the Greyhound is as quick as its namesake.
Get your sea legs with this nautical spiced-rum concoction.
This chile pepper, lime and cachaça cocktail captures the spirit of Brazilian Carnaval.