This simple-but-delicious cachaça creation is packed with fruit flavor.
Before it called for rye whiskey, the New Orleans classic was made with cognac.
This blended drink goes exotic, with cachaça, guava and rose syrup.
Pineapple, tequila and rosemary collide in this fresh, complex drink.
This bubbly tipple will light up your night.
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.