At New York's County Restaurant, this spicy serrano-infused cocktail can be made with interchangeable base spirits like tequila or rye whiskey.
Concord grapes give this cocktail a clean, crisp autumn flavor while Cocchi Americano and dry vermouth balance out the sweetness of the grape and rosemary syrup.
Concord grapes are perfect for cocktails thanks to their sweetness and pleasantly dry finish. Paired with clean agave flavor from the tequila, Concord grapes create your new favorite flavored Margarita.
The secret to this summery cocktail? Tepache liqueur, based on the traditional Mexican beverage that's made with fermented pineapple, unrefined brown sugar and spices.
The secret ingredient in this blushing glass? A hint of refreshing aloe vera juice.
A fresh celery and sugar snap pea syrup brightens this tequila-based highball, complete with an absinthe mist.
Ancho chile liqueur, tart drinking vinegar and a cap of Pilsner give this cocktail its fizzy kick.
Tequila, ginger, pineapple and corn all show up to class in this spicy cocktail from Austin, Texas’s La Condesa.
This tequila and mezcal cocktail from New York bar Wallflower was inspired by chilled corn soup.
What do you do with vodka and tequila? Add some grapefruit, lime and maraschino liqueur and enjoy!