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Apple Vesper

Here is a tasty variation on the Vesper by Jonathan Pogash of The Cocktail Guru. The drink was commissioned Caorunn, a gin…

Singapore Sling (Raffles Recipe)

The Sling was one of the first “craft cocktails” to achieve “trendy” status. That was back in 1915 when bartender Ngiam Tong Boon…

Bijou

The Bijou is as classic as you can get. The drink was created at some point in the late 19th century and…

Rob Roy

The Rob Roy is a basic Manhattan variation shaping out the American Whiskey for Scotch. The drink is another product of the…

Mai Tai

The Mai Tai is hands down Trader Vic’s most famous creation. “It’s a great expression of all that Tiki is. It’s funky…

Blueberry Soda

This delicious blueberry soda is perfect for a mixed drink or a quick cool down. The drink was created by Nick Detrich…

Staten Island Ferry

Here is a tiki drink, Staten Island style–simple, blunt, and effective. The name is a playful jab at the fifth borough’s lack…

Queens

The Queens is believed to have first appeared in Harry Craddock’s seminal 1930 publication the Savoy Cocktail Book. While the specs are…

Kalimoxto

Basque in origin, Kalimoxto (or calimocho in Spanish orthography) is equal parts red wine and cola.  It can be served in sizes…

Rum Old Fashioned

The Rum Old Fashioned is simply the classic cocktail that you are accustomed to with the base spirit swapped. The result is…

Harvey Wallbanger

The Harvey Wallbanger was the epitome of the Fern Bar Era, brightly colored, easy to make, and easier to drink. Cocktails of…

Queen’s Park Swizzle

“There is one cocktail in particular that embodies the southernmost Caribbean island that is Trinidad and highlights the aromatic bitters, and that…

Pacific Ocean Sake Cocktail

JP Fetherston of Washington, DC’s The Columbia Room created The Pacific Ocean Sake Cocktail, a delicious and refreshing drink, perfect for a…

Poor Liza

The Poor Liza is under-the-radar modern classic beloved by cocktail nerds in the know. The drink was the creation of Toby Maloney…

Chartreuse Swizzle

The Chartreuse Swizzle was an instant classic upon it introduction. The cocktail can be found at countless bars…

Pago Pago

The Pago Pago is a tike classic originally from a 1940’s cocktail book titled, The How and When. The flavor is heady, sweet, and boozy.

The Last Word

The Last Word is one of the most popular craft cocktails out there. Although the drink was eventually created during Prohibition…

London x Tokyo

The London x Tokyo was the 2017 winner of the Bombay Sapphire Most Imaginative Bartender competition. The delicious drink is the brainchild of Columbus’ Annie Williams Pierce.

Tiki Libre

Tiki Libre is a riff on the Cuba Libre. Maggie Morgan of NOLA’s Cane & Table, was inspired to create this libation while heading to work one day.