The classic tequila shot gets a master mixologist’s upgrade.
Bulleit’s unorthodox twist on the old-school Manhattan? The use of both dry and sweet vermouth, in addition to a dash of potent blood orange bitters in place of the usual Angostura. The result is a doubly aromatic, complex take on the classic.
Celebrity chef Chris Cosentino begins brunch with this spicy, beer-based, oyster-topped culinary concoction.
It doesn’t get any simpler than rum and Coke.
Go on a Continental tour with Irish whiskey, French vermouth and Spanish sherry.
Throw an autumn party with this port, cider and rye concoction.
Mix up this tequila-and-sparkling-wine sipper and relax on a sunny spring day.
In honor of the state’s 220th anniversary, Liquor.com advisory board member David Wondrich created this refreshing Bluegrass tipple.
Cherry brandy and espresso come together beautifully.
It’s sparkly and sweet, and packs a rum punch.