Cocktail recipes to make the most of your amari, vermouth, limoncello, and beyond.
Herbal, savory, and woodsy—think of this cocktail as a sophisticated jaunt in the forest.
Chocolate joins mint in this twist on the classic cocktail.
A light, dry, and herbal drink with lingering flavors of honey and mild fennel.
The citrusy combination of orange bitters and a lemon twist adds complexity to this vermouth-based cocktail.
Muddled fresh ginger and a splash of spicy bitters wake up sleepy amaretto.
A faintly bitter cocktail reminiscent of fresh citrus and green grass, with notes of honey and anise.
Vivid grapefruit flavor, but with no grapefruit juice at all.
Red and white vermouths star in this absinthe-spiked cocktail.
It'll wake you up and get you ready to go-go.
Apple brandy meets Negroni.
Sweet-tart, nutty, and not too boozy.
Floral and herbal, light and bright. An easy sipper come the holiday season.
Campari, black pepper, and basil make for a deliciously herbal and earthy drink.
This inventive combination alternates between sweet, lightly tart, and tongue-curlingly bitter.
The perfect partner for cocktail-party nibbles.
Sweet vermouth adds complexity to fresh apple cider in this low-alcohol cocktail.
This savory cocktail combines juniper- and coriander-infused white wine with quinine-spiced Bonal Quina.
Pomegranate and grapefruit juices complement bitter Campari in this light, brunch-friendly cocktail.
Malty flavor meets bitter herbs and citrus in a very smooth, savory package.
Rosewater and lavender-infused honey lend a delicate floral quality to this rosé-based drink.
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