While we’ve made several versions of a Collins (my personal favorite being with cranberries), we’ve never actually done a post on a traditional Tom Collins– the shame! This classic cocktail combines gin, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup, and soda water for a refreshing drink.
It’s surprising that we’ve never actually covered a gimlet before! This gin cocktail usually features two or three ingredients, depending on how you make it– super simple! A vodka gimlet is a common replacement for the classic gimlet drink, so if you’re not into gin, feel free to substitute vodka instead.
This gorgeous drink is the work of Tony Kennedy from our Craft Cocktail Club. With summer right around the corner, this is the perfect lounging-in-the-sun drink!
What’s a botanical cocktail without a shrub? This one features Seedlip Garden 108 alongside a tangy cucumber and lemon shrub. It’s like walking through a springtime garden.
This Negroni variation is rich, bitter and flavorful and tastes a LOT like a Negroni. Can you tell what’s missing?
Originally slated for a ginger beer highball, this non-alcoholic cocktail was just too good on its own!
This cocktail is so great you’ll forget that it’s completely alcohol free! Herbal, honeyed and sun infused, it’s as refreshing as it is delicious.
The caipirinha is a delicious, powerful and simple cocktail to make. With only 3 ingredients and a little elbow grease, you can be enjoying one of these in minutes!
As bright and refreshing as it is classic, the South Side is the perfect cocktail to put our brand new mint plant to the test!
We hope everyone is staying healthy and sane during this strange time. We are doing our best over here, but you’ll notice I’m absent from today’s video because, you know, the kids are home!
Did you know that Chocolate Stout and Green Chartreuse go unbelievably well together? This cocktail features a beer syrup and is the perfect example of this delicious pairing.
If you’re looking for a good alternative to green beer, you’ve come to the right place. Today, we’re making an Irish Flip using Guinness and Jameson Irish whiskey for something a little bit Irish.
Our first “beer month” recipe is as easy as it gets: we’re making a classic Shandy – and a few other versions too.
This Sangria is single serving and all about the berries. Aperol gives it some rhubarb flavor and bittery goodness. Bright and delicious!
This velvety smooth drink gets its lofty foam from the combination of egg white and ginger beer. It’s dangerously drinkable and delicious!
What better way to celebrate Mardi Gras than with the quintessential New Orleans Cocktail: The Hurricane!
Fall in love with the this earthy, beet root and black pepper take on a classic egg white sour. It’s red, it’s tingly, and it’s delicious!
Seven ingredients team up in the Singapore Sling, a hundred-year-old recipe that creates a deliciously pink cocktail for gin and tiki lovers alike.
Your “Skinny Margarita” might not be so skinny! Here’s a recipe for a truly “skinny” option as well as a few suggestions for making sure your bartender makes what you really want.
This Skinny No Carb Moscow Mule is a sugar-free, healthier version of the classic recipe, we all know and love.
Whether you consider it a take on a Fizz, Rickey or Sour, the Mojito is a great sparkly drink. We’re experimenting with making it “skinny” – without any sweetener at all!
It’s about as simple as you can get – a whiskey highball is basically just whiskey and sparkling water. Low carb and still delicious!
This is one cocktail you’ve definitely heard of. Here’s how to make the classic Peppermint Schnapps Hot Chocolate, with spiked Whipped Cream on top!
A buttered cocktail may seem off-putting to some, but there’s a reason the Hot Buttered Rum cocktail has stood the test of time. It’s delicious and warm (in more ways than one!)
The Hot Toddy is a winter warmer is a comforting as it is delicious. And it couldn’t be easier to make! (Just don’t forget to pre-heat that glass!)
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This recipe was first documented in 1694 and is kind of like a very unrefined Daiquiri. If you’re looking for something that takes “classic” to a whole new level, this is it!
Don’t worry, The Fish House Punch isn’t made with fish! It’s a 1700’s drink that originated in a pre-Revolutionary Men’s Club – and was supposedly also enjoyed by the one and only George Washington.
This modern classic got a bad reputation in the 90’s for being a sickly sweet drink. But a true Cosmo is a thing of beauty! Here’s how to make one.
Fall is for spices! This cinnamon cocktail is aromatic and spiced, with cinnamon infused deep into the bourbon. It’s warming and delicious.