The Dana Scully is a smoky, spirit-forward sipper. Like its namesake agent, the Mezcal, Cynar, Cointreau and raspberry liqueur creation is a striking burnt vermillion. It’s a no-nonsense recipe for a no-nonsense agent.
Earthy Cynar and Maraschino liqueur balance each other in this smooth bourbon-based coupe.
Forget the whiskey. This warming Toddy replaces the brown spirit with cachaça laced with chai and spicy ginger liqueur.
Bitter amaro bites through this otherwise “spritzy” drink, made with gin, aperol and silky gum syrup.
The spirit-forward nature of this cocktail makes it perfect for enjoying slowly by the fireside.
This riff on the Negroni features an Italian alpine amaro that adds a minty, pine essence to this fall cocktail.
Smoky Scotch is tempered with a hint of bitter amaro and a slick of spicy ginger syrup in this straightforward glass.
Anchor’s Christmas Spirit is the merry result of distilling Anchor Brewing’s Christmas ale, which creates a smooth, winter-spiced spirit that’s ideal for holiday cocktails like this one, mixed with maraschino, cognac and bitters.
Meet the trifecta of perfectly balanced, bittersweet flavor: amaro, sweet vermouth and rye.