This simple but delicious drink was inspired by the Southern tradition of adding peanuts to a can of Coke.
You’ll find whisky, spice and everything nice inside this tall glass of Canadian whisky, ginger syrup and Chinese bitters.
This tall, sweet and spicy gin drink is straight from the Lone Star State.
To prepare a Rum Swizzle, it’s best to use an authentic swizzle stick. Real swizzle sticks are long stems snapped off a tree native to the Caribbean, and feature multiple prongs that stick out horizontally. When spun rapidly between your hands inside a cold cocktail, the swizzle stick will create a thick layer of frost on the outside of a glass—the sign of a perfect swizzle.
The tequila-based Paloma is perfect after a hard day of work.
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.
Forget crush, this has turned into a full-blown love affair.
Try this summertime favorite with a bourbon punch.
Hoist one to the skull and bones. Arrr!
You don't have to be stubborn to give this cocktail a try.
Enjoy the classic New Orleans cocktail, Brandy Milk Punch, with brunch.
Despite his tough reputation, Jack actually plays quite well with others.
Even when this drink describes the weather, you'll feel warm on the inside.
Get inspired by absinthe, mint and pineapple juice.
Sweet-and-tart apple vodka is a great addition to the classic.
The Harvey Wallbanger is a modern classic that combines a Screwdriver with the Italian liqueur Galliano. Reportedly born in the 50s, the cocktail was a hit in the 1970s. Recently, Galliano converted back to their original recipe so try this drink today if you want to relive the golden days of disco.
As sweet as she is tart.
An ideal summer punch for your next backyard barbecue.
It doesn’t get any simpler than rum and Coke.
The classic Collins took a trip through the garden.
This variation on the Screwdriver is packed with citrus flavor.
Try this fizzy absinthe drink.
Easy, breezy, tropical.
With aged Dominican rum and coconut, banana, peanut and pineapple flavors, it’s about as tropical as you can get.
Start your next meal with this gingery aperitif.
Remember the glamorous days of old Hollywood with this creation of '40s gossip columnist Hedda Hopper.
Creamy and comforting, but exotically spiced.
Drink like Bogie, Bacall and the Rat Pack: This was the house cocktail of their favorite Hollywood watering hole.
Cool down with this chilly concoction.
Fire up a traditional tequila shot with a little hot sauce.
Feel free to share this bourbon-lemonade punch with your friends.
Spice up this classic with a wasabi-spiked tomato mix.
With celery, cilantro and cucumber, it’s like a liquid salad.
Olive tapenade and herbs take this savory Bloody Mary to another level.
A little pear syrup turns the basic Mojito into a great fall cocktail.
Rémy Martin Cognac and white wine, crowned with a fresh-grape garnish.
There's still time to make this seasonal cocktail before the beginning of fall.
Start your own cheer with this pomegranate cocktail.
Its fizzy cranberry flavor and savory rosemary garnish will make you happy.
She knows how to spice up a Little Black Dress.