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Give your guests Evil Eye rum jelly shots this Halloween.
Although it is called the Virgin Cocktail, this gin beauty is hardly inexperienced.
Commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Titanic with a drink from its final dinner: Punch Romaine.
How do the Too Hot Tamales celebrate the holidays? With a Sloe Sugarplum Fizz.
Celebrate Hanukkah with the Jewish Manhattan from author Daniel Handler.
The Glorious Guyana -- a Scotch-based winter tiki drink.
Celebrate your favorite vampire movie this Halloween with a Bleeding Heart Martini.
Add a little juju to your Halloween with a Voodoo Cocktail.
Kick off you Halloween celebrations with a Bloodbath cocktail.
The Corpse Reviver Shot will certainly awaken your palate, if not the dead.
Celebrate the discovery of the New World with a Columbia cocktail.
The Laughing Zombie is smarter and faster than your average tiki drink.
This Watermelon Cooler is a great way to savor the final days of summer.
In the GT-5, a market-fresh Gin and Tonic meets weird science.
If you’re looking for a new variation on the summer sour, give the Brunelle a spin.
Bisquite du Roy á la May ~ From 1660 and the great Robert May, come King's Biscuits, the perfect pairing for punch.
It's time to recapture the lost art of toast and toasting.
Say good-bye to the world's most exclusive restaurant with a Hot-Frozen Gin Fizz.
How better to toast your favorite superhero than with a Marvel Cocktail?
Not only are pickled eggs easy and delicious, they're the perfect pairing with a cocktail.
The Brown Betty, a classic Oxonian one-two “punch” that’ll impress both the beer-lover and the cocktail snob alike.
It's homemade Maraschino Cherries and Brandied Cherries.
The Lawn Tennis Cooler -- a drink which dates back to the origins of the game itself.
What do you get when Dutch gin meets local market-fresh produce? Why, a Holland Old Fashioned.
This summer, beat the heat the way our colonial forefathers did -- with a shrub.
It's the start of sweet cherry season, so how about a Cherry Blossom, Chicago Style?
This cucumber shrub takes its titillating name from a James Bond joke.
It's Isle of Man TT time, which means Dunlop Cocktails.
The Tombstone Cocktail will have you pondering the Old West.
This Scott Beattie creation will ensure that your holiday weekend is Sunny and Dry.
It's strawberry season, which means it's Bloodhound season.
A Lavender Collins will right all your ills -- if you believe such things.
The Rosemond -- a beautiful rose-inspired martini, named for one of Hollywood's great beauties.
There is no better way to enjoy a baseball game than with a Cooperstown Cocktail.