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 "mistaken" Negroni, with sparkling wine instead of gin.
A lighter, mellower Negroni, made with Aperol and Lillet.
It may be low-alcohol, but this minimally adorned vermouth-based cocktail definitely doesn't skimp on flavor.
Capture a delicate balance of rich, spicy, sweet, and bitter flavors in this homemade sweet vermouth.
A bracingly bitter two-ingredient shot for hardcore amaro lovers.
A Negroni, in sour form.
An easygoing highball with herbal effervescence.
A smooth and butterscotch-y tequila cocktail.
If you like Old Fashioneds, you're going to love this orange-and-spice variation.
Tall, refreshing, and bittersweet.
Made with Amaro Ramazzotti, this drink is less fruity than a Boulevardier, with a kick of spice.
Intense warm spices give this Negroni variation extra depth.
A little sweet, a little bitter, a little fresh, and a little too easy drinking.
Sweet and dry vermouths make for a simple, delightfully refreshing two-ingredient cocktail.
Americano meets Paloma.
A savory, smoky Negroni.
Fizzy, sweet-tart, and bitter.
Gimlet, meet Negroni.
Like a Christmas tree in a glass.
Sweet-tart, nutty, and not too boozy.
Apple brandy meets Negroni.
Chocolate joins mint in this twist on the classic cocktail.
A little bitter, a little bubbly.
Learn to tell your Amontillado from your Palo Cortado.