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El Diablo

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman 1 comment

The Diablo cocktail is made with tequila and creme de cassis. This variation from David Welch at Lincoln Restaurant in Portland, Oregon, calls for Pimm's instead. The result is bright and refreshing. More

Black Hills Gold

Serious Eats Roger Kamholz Post a comment

From its brown-sugar color to its pear and apple flavors, this drink from Pops for Champagne in Chicago would be a fine choice to serve at an upcoming holiday gathering. More

Southern Baptist

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

Sother Teague of Amor y Amargo in NYC shared this rye cocktail with us, and it's a winner, spicy with lots of fresh ginger and bright from a bunch of fresh lime. More

Weather Up's Suffering Bastard

Serious Eats Melody Fury Post a comment

Beat the heat with this gin and bourbon cocktail that bursts with lime and ginger. More

Ginger Beer

Serious Eats Peter Reed 26 comments

Ginger beer is ginger ale's sinister cousin: much or ginger and a little less sweet, but still (mostly) non-alcoholic. It can be made easily at home with simple ingredients and materials. More

Prince Harry Cocktail

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

This delicious and intense cocktail—a distant cousin of the Dark and Stormy—is tangy and much less sweet than you'd expect, with a brooding background of ginger root lurking just behind the richness of rum. More

No. 8

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

The Kings Ginger helps emphasize the delicately earthy flavor of unsmoked Fidencio mezcal in this refreshing spin on the Paloma from John John McCarthy of Whitehall and Mary Queen of Scots in NYC. More

The King's Waes Hail

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

This cocktail is tart, lemony, refreshing and strong. The lemon accentuates the fresh-apple flavor of the apple brandy. More

DIY Ginger Liqueur

Serious Eats Marcia Simmons 40 comments

This homemade ginger liqueur tastes so elegant that people will not believe you made it yourself. It can compete with Domaine de Canton on flavor—for less than half the cost and only 20 minutes of work. More

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