Ancho chile liqueur, tart drinking vinegar and a cap of Pilsner give this cocktail its fizzy kick.
Cocktail consultant Brian Van Flandern created this cocktail in honor of Casamigos creators and friends George Clooney and Rande Gerber.
This cocktail combines blood orange and lemon oleo saccharum with gin and a little sherry to cut the sweetness.
Make a homemade sour mix with oleo saccharum and lemon juice to give this drink the punch it deserves.
Born in the 1970s during the days of disco, the Kamikaze is an easy-to-make shooter that's perfect for knocking back quickly and getting the party started. While there are many variations of this pre-game favorite, this rendition has a citrus-dominatiing flavor that will have you back on the dance floor in no time. No chaser needed.
The origin of the Whiskey Sour dates back to over a century ago. A classic cocktail and a staple in the sour family of mixology, this drink will not leave any cocktail lover disappointed. Add egg white to add a rich, frothy texture to this sour and sweet tipple.
While the Margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in North America, its origins are shrouded in mystery. There are almost as many stories about who invented the margarita as there are margarita recipes. Some like them blended, others with a sweetener, but many argue the best margarita recipe is this classic one. Memorize it and you’ll never fail to impress.
This tantalizing cocktail is a smoky and frothy twist on the traditional Whiskey Sour.
This unique twist on a Whiskey Sour uses maple syrup, port and Bittermens Molé Bitters.