This inventive cocktail could only come from the mind of Richard Woods at Sushisamba London, where he puts a richly-flavored spin on the Old Fashioned with Wagyu fat–washed Japanese whisky.
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.
Meet the ensemble cast critics will cheer for, featuring heavy-hitters like tequila, Yellow Chartreuse and velvet falernum.
A smoked honey syrup and spicy bitters lend subtle heat to this tequila-based party punch that serves eight to ten people.
Entertaining a crowd? This port-based punch will happily serve a group of 20.
Earthy Cynar and Maraschino liqueur balance each other in this smooth bourbon-based coupe.
This festive vodka creation is cause for celebration thanks to the additions of red wine, spiced pear liqueur and maple syrup.
White cacao and banana liqueur balance the dry, bitter duo of cocoa nibs and Campari in this elegant Irish whiskey cocktail from The Dead Rabbit.
Cardamaro’s spice and nuttiness are perfect complements to the fresh apple flavor of the Calvados and warming spice of the rye whiskey in this cold weather cocktail.