Rye whiskey, vermouth, Grand Marnier, and bitters all work the devil's magic in this all-but-forgotten formula for a cocktail classic.
Sometimes smoke gets in your eyes. Sometimes smoke gets in your martini glass. We must say, we much prefer the latter.
A boozy, much-ballyhooed cocktail of absinthe, brandy, bitters, and sugar that you can mix a blissfully short stumble from your couch.
It was a dark and stormy night...oops. We mean, this stiff yet slightly sweet cocktail is certain to thunder through your evening.
There's a reason this effervescent mingling of stout and Champagne contains the word "velvet. It's sooooo smooth and subtly sophisticated. Sip for yourself.
Bourbon. Curaçao. Sweet vermouth. Lime. We're sad we didn't concoct this comforting little ditty. But we're glad somebody did.
An old-fashioned cocktail that takes its namesake tinge of pink—albeit a manly man's shade of pink—from a splash of bitters. A cure-all of sorts. Elizabeth Stewart explains.
Created during Prohibition, this collision of Cognac, orange liqueur, and lemon isn't for the faint of heart—nor for the slight of tolerance.
That froufrou blender drink dolloped with whipped cream? Imposter. This is what you really want. Rum, lime juice, and just a touch of something sweet.
A little sugar, a splash of bitters, and a lotta booze—your grandma's go-to drink. (Oh wait, was that just our family?!)
The classic martini--you know, the one sipped throughout decades past--dispenses with questions of shaken or stirred, dirty or dry. It just is what it is.