By Liquor.comWarning: 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.
By Liquor.comThe Long Island Iced Tea is what happens when four different spirits collide to create one powerful drink. With a mysterious origin story, this potent drink will bring on the good times (and hangovers) for years to come.
By Liquor.comBetween preparing for Thanksgiving dinner, getting ready to travel or host guests and planning holiday parties—not to mention figuring out what gifts to buy—no one would blame you for feeling exhausted. To help you wake up and give you a bit of a buzz, we recommend mixing a little coffee into your evening cocktail. With […]
By Liquor.comWhile Canada may be our next-door neighbor, there are still many misconceptions about the country’s whisky. With the help of Corby Distilleries master blender Don Livermore, we debunk the five most common myths.
By Liquor.comIf you treat Scotch like a religion, try this simple and classic cocktail. Be sure to use a spicy ginger ale so you get the most out of the three-part combo. Not a fan of Scotch? The Presbyterian is also delicious with a measure of bourbon.
By Liquor.comIt wouldn’t be the holidays without a glass of Eggnog. So we got Derek Brown, expert bartender and owner of the swanky Columbia Room in Washington, D.C., to give us his advice for whipping up the classic.
By Liquor.comSimple, sweet and a cinch to prepare, the Fuzzy Navel is part of a family of fruity mixed drinks invented during the 80s. “Fuzzy” refers to the founding ingredient of peach schnapps and “navel” relates to the accompanying orange juice. A favorite of young and carefree drinkers, there’s no easier cocktail to create with only two ingredients at hand.