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All-Purpose Eggnog

This interchangeable eggnog recipe allows you to swap in your favorite base spirit or mix of spirits to create the perfect personalized punch. It’s easily multiplied to serve any size party, which means it’s the only ’nog you need this season.

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Black Barrel Sazerac

We’ll bet you never expected this tasty twist on the traditional New Orleans recipe.

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The Mount Gay Old Fashioned

Prefer rum to whiskey? This twist on the old timey classic will cure all your ailments.

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Scotch & Soda

A little bit of soda helps bring out all of the complex flavors in your favorite Scotch. Get the proportions right to this fizzy combination and you've got an instant classic on your hands that will never go out of style.

Whiskey Sour - Classic Cocktail

Whiskey Sour

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.

Margarita - Tequila Cocktail

Margarita

The word for “daisy” in Spanish is “margarita,” and there are few cocktails more popular than the Margarita, or more obscure in their origin. This Margarita is one recipe classic that you should have memorized.

Classic Bijou Gin Cocktail

Classic Bijou

This classic gin drink, named for the French word for "jewel," will put a twinkle in your eye.

The Bijou Cocktail

Bijou

This boozy classic is named for the French word for jewel.

Greyhound - Cocktail Recipe

Greyhound

Think a Greyhound is just grapefruit juice and gin? Think again.

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Martinez

This classic recipe first appeared in O.H. Byron's 1884 Modern Bartenders' Guide.

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