How do you make an old fashioned? With simple, classic ingredients and nothing more.
The perfect margarita is all about fresh, crisp flavors, barely tempered by sweet triple sec.
Spicy, savory, tart, and refreshing.
This drink blends bourbon, lemon juice, and honey syrup for a whiskey-laced spin on the Bee's Knees.
How do you make a whiskey sour? The old fashioned way, without an commercial mixes in sight.
The combination of gin, lemon juice, and Champagne brings out the best in each.
Crisp and bitter, the classic cocktail of gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth is dependably delicious, and remarkably difficult to foul up.
Scotch and amaretto combine in this 1970s favorite.
A garnish of green olives makes a surprisingly delicious partner for this tangy, slightly bitter mix.
An entrancing mixture of brandy, lemon juice and orange liqueur.
A "broken" Negroni with sparkling wine instead of gin.
Drink like James Bond.
Think of it as your summer Negroni.
A delicious, silky classic made with Old Tom gin.
What a Cuba Libre cocktail really is (hint: it's more than just a rum and Coke), and how to make it.
A straightforward martini recipe, which is a lot more flexible than you might think.
These margaritas are perfect for entertaining, since you have to mix them up and stick them in the freezer the night before anyway.
This long, tall cooler is one of the great joys of summer.
Light, bright, and easy.
A classic that deserves reviving.
The best Bloody Mary doesn't start with a mix.
An old-school daiquiri is pure and simple.
Delicately balance, not too powerful, perfect for drinking the morning after.
The perfect large-batch cocktail classic.
Bitter and bright.
The signature drink of Peru.
A Dark and Stormy is made with just three ingredients: Gosling's rum, ginger beer, and fresh lime juice.
Taste the tropics, not ice water.