Cocktail recipes to make the most of your amari, vermouth, limoncello, and beyond.
A garnish of green olives makes a surprisingly delicious partner for this tangy, slightly bitter mix.
A "broken" Negroni with sparkling wine instead of gin.
A lighter, mellower Negroni, made with Aperol and Lillet.
A bracingly bitter two-ingredient shot for hardcore amaro lovers.
Capture a delicate balance of rich, spicy, sweet, and bitter flavors in this homemade sweet vermouth.
A little sweet, a little bitter, a little fresh, and a little too easy drinking.
It may be low-alcohol, but this minimally adorned vermouth-based cocktail definitely doesn't skimp on flavor.
A savory, smoky Negroni.
Sweet and dry vermouths make for a simple, delightfully refreshing two-ingredient cocktail.
Americano meets Paloma.
A smooth and butterscotch-y tequila cocktail.
A Negroni, in sour form.
An easygoing highball with herbal effervescence.
If you like Old Fashioneds, you're going to love this orange-and-spice variation.
Made with Amaro Ramazzotti, this drink is less fruity than a Boulevardier, with a kick of spice.
Gimlet, meet Negroni.
A light, dry, and herbal drink with lingering flavors of honey and mild fennel.
Like a Christmas tree in a glass.
A little bitter, a little bubbly.
Fizzy, sweet-tart, and bitter.
Red and white vermouths star in this absinthe-spiked cocktail.
A faintly bitter cocktail reminiscent of fresh citrus and green grass, with notes of honey and anise.
Intense warm spices give this Negroni variation extra depth.
This inventive combination alternates between sweet, lightly tart, and tongue-curlingly bitter.
A whirl of citrus and spice in one punch bowl.
Herbal, savory, and woodsy—think of this cocktail as a sophisticated jaunt in the forest.
A deeply rich, caramel- and citrus-inflected Irish coffee variation.