A riff on the Last Word cocktail, the Paper Plane is pleasantly easy to remember thanks to its equal parts.
This take on the New Orleans classic uses popular Korean spirit soju.
This take on the classic Italian aperitif uses popular Korean spirit soju instead of gin.
This Japanese cocktail is all about the whisky—and the ritual. Make sure you count your stirs.
The alchemy of the ultimate Daiquiri lies in keeping it simple: two parts rum to lime juice, with just enough sugar to take the edge off.
The chilly, coconut-y drink is having (another) delicious moment. And this recipe might be the best there is.
This bourbon-and-amaro drink pairs well with holiday spices and can be served warmed up or chilled.
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.