The bitters' strange journey from the Venezuelan army, to the island of Trinidad, to your Manhattan.
This patio-pounding, crowd-pleasing, tropical fruity punch will be your new favorite party staple.
Put your ego and flair aside and dump all of those golden cocktail ratios into one vessel.
Ultra-refreshing, citrusy, and classic.
Infuse your booze with mint and forever change up your cocktail game.
The Manhattan is the ultimate classic cocktail, and there's a reason it has stood the test of time: It's delicious, and it will get you drunk.
Sother Teague of New York City's Amor Y Amargo gives me a crash course on amaros, fernets, and other bitter forms of booze that can save you from yourself.
Full of botanicals, this simple homemade vermouth recipe takes a bit of time, but is worth every last drop.
Update the classic with simple Thai flavors.
Sure, there will always be room in our hearts for sugary, colorful cocktails. But nothing rivals the sheer adult-ness of sipping a Manhattan—except, perhaps, drinking one you made yourself.
Refreshing and bright, granita is one of the simplest and most straightforward frozen desserts that you can make at home.
This classic cocktail is the perfect way to end the day (or start it– we won't judge).