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Boozy, bitter, savory, and sweet cocktail recipes for your favorite bottle of botanical gin.
A savory spin on the martini.
Gimlet, meet Negroni.
Bitter flavors make this slushie crazy-refreshing.
Fresh purple grape purée meets St. Germain elderflower liqueur in a twist on the classic French 75.
Gin, lemon, and soda come together for one of the cocktail world's enduring classics.
Grapefruit beer delivers the sparkle.
A little anise and mint flavor sneaks in from the background of this refreshing, balanced drink.
Byrrh, a mild, quinine-laced apératif, gives a rich and spicy kick to this easy gin cocktail.
A simple riff on a gimlet, enhanced with quince syrup and a couple dashes of Peychaud's bitters.
This citrusy and smoky tea punch is perfect for a holiday crowd.
Gin and yellow Chartreuse are all you need for this sophisticated but lesser-known classic.
Fresh and delicious, the best Sling brings together gin, cherry heering, Benedictine, and lime.
This recipe adds a hefty dose of bitters to London dry gin, making for richer, spicier take on the classic Pink Gin.
The holidays, distilled into a single glass...with alcohol.
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