The addition of gum syrup lends silky richness to this frothy classic.
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.
This X-Files–inspired cocktail is a classic Whiskey Sour with a pineapple twist. A Green Chartreuse float gives the drink an ethereal appearance, but the high-proof, medicinal bite keeps it grounded.
Tequila and verjus make fine bedfellows in this fragrant glass topped with bubbles.
Turn the French 75 on its head by swapping in tequila, fennel liqueur and honey syrup and topping with bubbles.
Fresh celery juice adds bright, earthy undertones to this tequila-based cocktail made with elderflower liqueur and Fino sherry.
Meet the ensemble cast critics will cheer for, featuring heavy-hitters like tequila, Yellow Chartreuse and velvet falernum.