classic cocktail

  • Tequila Gimlet Recipe

    Carlos Salazar’s takes on a classic by swapping out gin for tequila and a squeeze of lime.

  • Classic Paloma

    Arguably more refreshing than a margarita, this classic cocktail is always a good idea.

  • Ramos Gin Fizz Recipe

    What makes this cocktail different from your standard sour cocktail? Cream, egg white, and orange blossom water.

  • Grasshopper Float Recipe

    The Grasshopper is a classic cocktail made with creme de menthe and creme de cacao, but you've never seen it like this—poured over ice cream, topped with silver bee pollen.

  • This Creamy, Boozy Grasshopper Milkshake Comes with a Shot of Fernet

    A delicious synthesis of mint, chocolate, and booze, this Grasshopper is blended with vanilla ice cream for an incredibly rich, smooth texture and a hit of Fernet Branca to add a touch of bitter herbaceousness and level out all that sweet stuff.

  • Mint Julep Lemonade Recipe

    A classic gets a new twist with the addition of lemonade.

  • Classic Mint Julep Recipe

    Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets. This cocktail is a guaranteed winner.

  • OG Kush Weed-Infused Last Word Recipe

    The Last Word is a classic cocktail, reportedly developed during Prohibition, that goes great with the super piney flavor of OG Kush.

  • Mamie Taylor Recipe

    By taking the basic highball structure to the next level, this cocktail incorporates spice, flavored sweeteners, plenty of bitters, and underutilized liqueurs.

  • How-To: Make a Piña Colada with Barney Toy

    Literally translating to "strained pineapple," this cocktail is rumoured to have been conceived by Puerto Rican pirate Roberto Cofresi to boost his crew's morale.

  • Don's Special Daiquiri

    This tropical riff on the classic daiquiri is dedicated to Don the Beachcomber, the godfather of the tiki movement.

  • How-To: Make a Daiquiri with Steve Schneider

    Steve Schneider—bartender at New York's Employees Only—shows us how to nail the perfect daiquiri. (Hint: it doesn't come as a slushy in a takeaway cup.)