This early post-Prohibition concoction from Philadelphia is named for its creator’s wife, not the monarch.
Make a big bowl of this refreshing absinthe and lime punch.
You don’t need to be Audubon to appreciate this tasty cocktail.
You’ll be king of the road when mix up this creamy classic.
Love citrus? Try this sweet-and-sour recipe.
The enduring classic, without the pink hue.
Pear vodka and Disaronno make an elegant treat.
Ignore James Bond’s famous instructions and stir this vodka-based Martini instead of shaking. As British author W. Somerset Maugham once stated, “Martinis should always be stirred, not shaken, so that the molecules lie sensuously one on top of the other.” Wise words for gin and vodka Martinis alike.
With muddled strawberries, honey and a couple complex liqueurs, this drink delivers on its name.
Make a roomful of people happy all at once.