A little bit of soda helps bring out all of the complex flavors in your favorite Scotch. Get the proportions right to this fizzy combination and you've got an instant classic on your hands that will never go out of style.
Irish Coffee may not be the first coffee drink with alcohol, but it has become one of the most famous. Combining coffee with Irish whiskey, brown sugar and lightly whipped cream, Irish Coffee is a hot, creamy classic.There are many tall tales about the Irish Coffee’s origins. The most credible version attributes the cocktail to Joe Sheridan, the head chef of the restaurant at the Foynes Flying Boat terminal in County Limerick in the early 1940s. Legend has it that when he first served it and was asked if it was Brazilian coffee, Sheridan cheekily replied that it was “Irish coffee.”The drink was later made famous by Staton Deplante, who worked at the Buena Vista Cafe in San Francisco during the 1950s. Deplante wrote about the drink frequently in a travel column that was read widely across the States and piqued curiosity about Irish Coffee.Our version of the Irish Coffee is created by legendary bartender Dale DeGroff and has all of the right ingredients to warm you to the bone.
In winter, Hot Buttered Rum always hits the spot.
Brrrrr, is it cold out here? Great for a warming up for the night or when you're feeling under the weather, you can use any kind of whiskey you like in this hot and comforting classic Hot Toddy recipe.
Made infamous by The Dude's in The Big Lebowski, the White Russian is a classic vodka cocktail. Sweet, creamy and boozy, this three ingredient cocktail is dessert in a glass – an old fashioned glass, no less – with the ability to get you tipsy in no time. What more can you ask for?
Eggnog, the hot, creamy classic is an essential part of the holidays. Our recipe walks you through preparing the best eggnog you've ever had.
It’ll wake you up, then eff you up.
Warm spices and sweet apricot make this cocktail suitable for any weather (storm or not).
Let the flavor of cognac shine in this sweet, spicy interpretation of a Sidecar.
Sweet, bitter and rich, this cocktail hits all the right notes.
Chartreuse and Bénédictine add herbal notes to cognac in this spirit-forward creation.
This cocktail is warm take on the Sazerac, with cardamom, bitters and Luxardo maraschino liqueur.
Add your favorite spirit for a personalized sweet treat.
This three-ingredient celebration cocktail from The Cookie Rookie couldn't be simpler. It's perfect for every winter holiday, from Thanksgiving straight through to Valentine's Day.
Booze buzz meets sugar buzz in this decadent dessert cocktail. (Trust us, you need this in your life.)
Despite the name, this creamy cocktail isn’t particularly high in alcohol compared to other drinks. But it’s delicious all the same.
Forget the whiskey. This warming Toddy replaces the brown spirit with cachaça laced with chai and spicy ginger liqueur.
This Toddy is the perfect vehicle for Mister Katz’s Rock & Rye from New York Distilling Company. Combine the flavorful rye with honey syrup, lemon juice and bitters for a dram that will keep you warm all winter.
Try this fresh take on the timeless Manhattan.
RumChata + chocolate + mint = dessert in a glass.
This coffee-chocolate-rum drink is tasty hot or cold.
Love Game of Thrones and sophisticated drinks? Try this Scotch cocktail. Winter is coming.
Use this base to make the perfect Hot Buttered Rum in a snap.
The classic Irish Coffee goes tiki with this hot cocktail.
This cocktail is bananas. B-A-N-A...you get where this is going.
The King of Rock & Roll’s favorite snack has become the stuff of junk food legend. Channel that indulgent sandwich with this equally rich combination of Rumchata's creamy, cinnamon-laced liqueur, peanut butter, banana liqueur and chocolate syrup. Elvis would surely approve.
This complex spin on Eggnog includes rum, armagnac and fernet.
This warm, spicy and romantic tequila cocktail makes enough for two.
Indulge in this white hot cocktail drink spiked with coconut rum.
Improve on the classic Hot Buttered Rum with sherry and mulled cider.
Try this modern and boozy twist on the classic Eggnog recipe.
This hot bourbon cocktail is perfect for Hanukkah—or any wintertime celebration.
Swap out whiskey for tequila in this twist on the classic Hot Toddy.
One sip of this hot apple-and-Drambuie cocktail will warm you to the core.
Childhood memories of apple cider with a little something extra to remind you why being an adult is OK, too.
This warming Scandinavian tipple is just what you need during chilly winter months.
New Orleans watering hole SoBou serves this subtle twist on the classic Brandy Milk Punch.
Fortify yourself with the Irish-whiskey-and-egg Gaelic Flip cocktail.
Try this twist on the classic Coffee Cocktail, which calls for a pair of Irish spirits.
Try the creamy, citrusy Golden Dream dessert drink after your next meal.
A long name for a simple drink.
We got famed New York bar The Dead Rabbit to share its recipe for delicious hot Irish Coffee.
You’ll be claiming Angelo as your own relative after just one sip of this delightful Eggnog recipe.
Curl up in front of the fireplace with this mixture of hot chocolate and java.
How does and adult appease their sweet tooth? The Peanut Butter Cup Martini, a cocktail with peanut rum, chocolate and vodka, ought to do the trick nicely. Take that Reese’s!
The simple two-ingredient French Connection is one of the best ways to enjoy a young cognac.
The classic Coffee Cocktail is actually caffeine-free.
Enjoy the classic New Orleans cocktail, Brandy Milk Punch, with brunch.