Cocktail recipes to make the most of your amari, vermouth, limoncello, and beyond.
A "mistaken" Negroni, with sparkling wine instead of gin.
A lighter, mellower Negroni, made with Aperol and Lillet.
Capture a delicate balance of rich, spicy, sweet, and bitter flavors in this homemade sweet vermouth.
It may be low-alcohol, but this minimally adorned vermouth-based cocktail definitely doesn't skimp on flavor.
If you like Old Fashioneds, you're going to love this orange-and-spice variation.
A bracingly bitter two-ingredient shot for hardcore amaro lovers.
A Negroni, in sour form.
Like a Christmas tree in a glass.
An easygoing highball with herbal effervescence.
Made with Amaro Ramazzotti, this drink is less fruity than a Boulevardier, with a kick of spice.
A savory, smoky Negroni.
A smooth and butterscotch-y tequila cocktail.
Tall, refreshing, and bittersweet.
Fizzy, sweet-tart, and bitter.
Gimlet, meet Negroni.
Intense warm spices give this Negroni variation extra depth.
Apple brandy meets Negroni.
Americano meets Paloma.
Vivid grapefruit flavor, but with no grapefruit juice at all.
A whirl of citrus and spice in one punch bowl.
Rich hot cocoa gets a boozy, herbal touch with bittersweet Italian amaro and Angostura-spiced whipped cream.
Sweet-tart, nutty, and not too boozy.
Move over, whiskey. Averna is the star of this delicious hot toddy.
Sweet and dry vermouths make for a simple, delightfully refreshing two-ingredient cocktail.
Recipes using the herbal aperitif that adds a punch of (bitter)sweetness to your happy hour.
Learn to tell your Amontillado from your Palo Cortado.