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Using single malt scotch for a cocktail? Blasphemy, you say? Not so with this smokey, dry Rob Roy.
The Alabazam is an easy and tasty drink for those interested in brandy cocktails.
Need a pick-me-up while relaxing? Try the Jump Start Martini.
A tasty, well-balanced original cocktail inspired by Playboy, called The Bunny.
The Lady Macbeth — a Cocktials, 365 original! Campari, riesling, juice and tonic water.
Simple for a quick nightcap — the Ginger Glow uses Firefly Sweet Tea vodka and ginger ale.
An interview/signature recipe from the lovely Dee Brun — or Cocktail Deeva.
Not a fan of the Margarita? Why not try one of Mexico's other traditional drinks — the Paloma.
Gin. Lime juice. Pure, delicious simplicity is the name of the game with the Gimlet.
Hendrick's Gin. Whole lotta basil. Lemon. Simple syrup. Smash it. You have a Gin-Basil Smash.
Back to the basics with Bacardi's new Torched Cherry Rum. The Torched Cherry and Cola.
Campari and white wine make for a bitterly sweet aperitif. La Bicyclette.
Sweet tea vodka makes this fuzzy navel something a little unique: A Fuzzy Fly
Gosling's Black Seal Rum and ginger ale make the Ginger Gale — a great warm weather drink.
A perfect cocktail for that chilly fall evening: An Apple a Day Cocktail.
Bourbon and banana? The Banana Bird makes it work.
We eat what we like! A Cocktails, 365 original: Apple Jacks Martini.
Rum and Cola too sweet for you? Try the Cuba Libre, which adds lime to even things out.
It's not the bum wine, so the Wild Irish Rose is a cocktail worth drinking.
The Opal Martini: a fruity, but dangerously strong, spring cocktail.
Warm out? Try a Summer Buck!
The Rob Roy, a classic cocktail with one heck of a punch.
A bartender classic: the rum and cola.
This traditional Cuban cocktail makes a perfect drink on a warm spring evening.
Want a tasty, low-key cocktail to get yourself into the new wave of cocktailing? Try this classic: The Pimm's Cup.
A delicious caramel and chocolate martini.