This bourbon-and-amaro drink pairs well with holiday spices and can be served warmed up or chilled.
Made with cucumber, elderflower and Irish whiskey, this is a sour cocktail you can’t help but get sweet on.
A twist on the classic, a little mezcal and ancho chile liqueur gives the Negroni a smoky and spicy finish.
Ernest Hemingway is inspiration, not author, of the Hemingway Daiquiri. His request for a Daiquiri made with half the sugar and double the booze created an unbalanced drink: one that bartenders couldn’t help but right through the eventual addition of maraschino liqueur and grapefruit juice. To reinstate some of Hemingway’s influence, this recipe uses key lime juice and goes for a whir in the blender—as the earliest Daiquiris were served over crushed ice.
With gin, cointreau and a touch of absinthe, this pleasure won't remain unknown for long.
Cognac and apple cider are shaken into this ice-cold—but warming—cocktail.