This flor de Jerez recipe is tart and complex and only slightly intoxicating. Just the qualities we seek in a cocktail we’d love to sip forever.
This stunner of a cocktail draws on pantry staples of bourbon, honey, and lemon for its sly and simple sophistication. Think of it as a swanky hot toddy on the rocks.
We upended the proportions of gin, vermouth, and Campari to create a better, stiffer, spiffier negroni cocktail.
This bourbon-imbued after-dinner drink, a variation on classic Irish coffee, is guaranteed to make everything alright.
This classic spiced milk tea is made with chai spices and—are you ready?!—sweetened condensed milk. It’s ridiculously lovely.
“A seriously lovely grown-up drink.” “Not my father’s whiskey sour!” That’s what folks are saying about this party-friendly punch.
“A terrific, deeply flavored cocktail.” “A blessing after a rough day at work.” That’s what folks are saying about this cocktail.
Rumor has it “mojito” translates roughly as “little spell.” We like that almost as much as we like the cocktail responsible for said spell.
Call it what you will, this cocktail is equal parts Mexican Bloody Mary, riff on a michelada, and a simple but satisfying tomato beer.
Learn firsthand the virtues of tea made from fresh mint versus a teabag—and yes, said virtues include ease and simplicity.
Got leftover coffee in that pot? Don’t toss it in the sink. Pour it into ice cube trays and freeze. No more watery iced coffee ever.
Anyone else ready for another weekend? If so, we’ve got the sultry Spanish sipper that’ll get everyone in the mood…to party, that is.
“To die dreaming” is what this moniker means. And that’s exactly what you’ll want to do after succumbing to this spiked creamsicle cocktail.
The author calls this cocktail a “Bicycle” because, in his words, “once you are on, you are on, just keep pedaling, have another.”
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