Who says you can’t have your copper mug and your bourbon, too? This twist on the Moscow Mule pairs American whiskey and ginger beer for a refreshing summer cocktail.
This savory take on the Dark and Stormy has quite a punch—just like its namesake.
This cocktail from top bartender Jack McGarry puts an Irish twist on the “original” old fashioned cocktail.
Made with cucumber, elderflower and Irish whiskey, this is a sour cocktail you can’t help but get sweet on.
White whiskey and rum join forces in this simple sour cocktail.
A twist on the classic, a little mezcal and ancho chile liqueur gives the Negroni a smoky and spicy finish.
Liz Taylor once said that this unlikely combination of ingredients was her favorite cocktail.
This cocktail combines blood orange and lemon oleo saccharum with gin and a little sherry to cut the sweetness.
Created by Dimitris Kiakos of the Gin Joint in Athens, Greece, the Kumquat Smash muddles the small yet flavor-rich citrus fruit into a refreshing gin base.