The El-El After Dinner Cocktail: Coffee infused aged rum mixes with spices and port for a decadent after dinner cocktail.
Negroni — a classic cocktail worth mastering
Martinez cocktail--if a martini and a Manhattan had a baby that was (probably) older than both of them.
Learn how to make the prohibition era classic, the Boulevardier.
During Prohibition, this simple gin-and-orange-juice tipple was a big hit among illicit imbibers.
Now this is what the Manhattan Project should've been about.
The Bridal Cocktail — a great apéritif for wedding season
Blood Orange Negroni
The Dubliner Cocktail — Irish whiskey, sweet vermouth, Grand Marnier, and orange bitters
Emerald, not only the Pantone color for 2013, but a great cocktail made with Irish Whiskey to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
Negroni Aperitif. The perfect drink for your Oscar celebration
This classic Scotch cocktail tastes like neither.
Fortify yourself with this Irish-whiskey-and-egg cocktail.
The classic Americano highball, an ideal refresher for the summer heat.
Negroni Cocktail — The Perfect Springtime Apéritif
Homemade Maraschino Cherries and a classic Manhattan cocktail.
The Martinez - the martini's much more interesting ancestor.
Brooks Cherries, Bourbon and Italian Sweet Vermouth makes for a tasty cocktail! So good you'll want to drink with a spoon!
The Boulevardier, with bourbon, Campari, and sweet vermouth.
The Americano: the summer drink that won't compromise your manhood.
The Fin de Siècle cocktail combines gin, sweet vermouth, and Amer Picon.
The Rumgroni combines dark rum, Campari, and sweet vermouth.
classic cocktail Negroni is made with 1:1:1 gin, sweet vermouth, and Campari, shaken with ice
The Agavoni pairs silver tequila with Campari, sweet vermouth, and orange bitters.
Anejo Manhattan is comprised of El Tesoro Anejo Tequila, Sweet Vermouth, Licor 43 and Angostura & Regan’s No. 6 orange bitters with a salami-wrapped cherry.
The Zummy Cocktail mixes gin, Bénédictine, sweet and dry vermouth and just a dash of Campari.
The San Martín brings together gin, sweet vermouth, and yellow chartreuse.
Do you know how to make a manhattan?