Rum and rye play nicely with rosehip liqueur and pineapple juice in this drink from Atwood Restaurant in Chicago.
This eclectic cocktail from San Francisco’s Smuggler’s Cove uses pineapple, almond, whiskey and rum.
Grapefruit adds a welcome citrus note to this New Orleans specialty.
Bet you never thought you’d see maple syrup and pineapple juice become best friends?
Absinthe gives this rye whiskey cocktail something to brag about.
You’ll want this complex cocktail representing your interests.
Make a homemade sour mix with oleo saccharum and lemon juice to give this drink the punch it deserves.
The Cave Creek cocktail is made with New York Distilling Company's Rock & Rye—a bottled combination of rye whiskey, sugar and citrus that was all the rage in the 19th century, when it was made with rock candy.
Top a classic Whiskey Sour with red wine to get this delicious pre-Prohibition tipple. The mixture of sour, sweet and rich, red wine, makes for a wonderfully complex drink.