Bombay Government Punch

Bombay Government Punch

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!

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Fish House Punch

Fish House Punch

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.

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Cosmopolitan

Cosmopolitan

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.

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Cinnamon Ginger Whiskey Sour

Cinnamon Ginger Whiskey Sour

Fall is for spices! This cinnamon cocktail is aromatic and spiced, with cinnamon infused deep into the bourbon. It’s warming and delicious.

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Pepper Infused Bloody Mary

Pepper Infused Bloody Mary

It’s the ultimate spicy brunch sipper. The Bloody Mary is delicious, but even more awesome when made with homemade bloody mary mix, and house infused pepper Vodka!

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Floral Tea Old Fashioned

Floral Tea Old Fashioned

This drink is all about the aroma. A delicious tea-infused syrup sits alongside gin and orange bitters to make a boozy but delicious old fashioned riff.

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Piña Colada

Piña Colada

The Pina Colada is the quintessential summer sipper: sweet, fruity, and boozy. Enjoy by the side of the pool (or anytime you wish you were!)

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Classic Mai Tai

Classic Mai Tai

Here’s how to make a classic Mai Tai Cocktail…. and another version too! This is one of the quintissential “tiki” cocktails you can find at any beachside bar, and for good reason: it’s delicious!

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Dark & Stormy

Dark & Stormy

This is my go-to drink when I’m looking for something tasty and easy to drink. But tweak it a bit for something even yummier!

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The Champagne Cocktail

The Champagne Cocktail

The Champagne Cocktail is such a bougie drink – but I absolutely love it. It’s aromatic and classic, (and I won’t tell anyone if you use Prosecco instead!)

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Pimm’s Cup

Pimm’s Cup

It’s the quintessential Wimbledon Cocktail, but delicious year round! The Pimm’s Cup is a light, refreshing and low alcohol cocktail that’s perfect for summertime.

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Vieux Carre

Vieux Carre

The name of this cocktail translates to the “Old Square”, referring to where it was originally created, the French Quarter in New Orleans.

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Sazerac

Sazerac

When properly made, a Sazerac is a thing of beauty – it is spicy, sweet, aromatic and complex.

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French 75

French 75

Named after a French WW1 75mm field gun, the French 75 is a delicate looking cocktail that definitely packs a punch!

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Moscow Mule

Moscow Mule

The Moscow Mule is a fantastic “gateway drink” for getting into craft cocktails. Easy to make, beautiful presentation and delicious… You can’t go wrong with a Moscow Mule.

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The Last Word

The Last Word

What happens when you put four equally intense ingredients together in a drink? In the Last Word? Harmony!

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Whiskey Sour

Whiskey Sour

Sometimes the best drinks are also some of the most common. This week it’s a classic – the Whiskey Sour.

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Martini

Martini

James Bond may have preferred his shaken, but the Classic Martini is almost always stirred. Learn how to make the ultimate classic cocktail (stirred, of course!)

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Manhattan

Manhattan

The Manhattan has inspired countless riffs since it’s creation back in the late 1800’s. While the cocktails origin may be lost in inebriated history, we can all agree that this cocktail will always be a classic. WHat is your favorite riff on this classic cocktail?

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The Classic Negroni

The Classic Negroni

Created by a Cowboy in Italy, celebrated all over the world, this classic cocktail is the perfect balance of spirit, bitterness and sweetness.

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The Old Fashioned

The Old Fashioned

Previously known as “The Old Fashioned Whiskey Cocktail” or “The Whiskey Cocktail made in the Old Fashioned Way”. It’s about as classic as a classic cocktail can get!

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Bitter Sunshine

Bitter Sunshine

Don’t write this one off because it’s pretty. Blood Orange and Campari bring a lovely bitterness to this beautiful drink!

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Paloma Revisited

Paloma Revisited

Think of it like a Paloma that’s dressed up for the evening. This fancy grapefruit drink is aromatic, a bit bitter and distinctly grapefruity. Perfect for any Paloma lover.

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Day at the Races

Day at the Races

Bring your fanciest hat and a few dollars for betting – this cocktail is loosely inspired by the Negroni and sure to take the edge off those poorly placed bets.

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Rattlesnake

Rattlesnake

Another classic from the Savoy Cocktail book, this one started out as a drink for 6, but we’ve pared it down to just one serving. (Which went fast, might I add!)

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Modern XYZ Cocktail

Modern XYZ Cocktail

A ‘updated and improved’ version of the little-known pre-prohibition classic XYZ Cocktail

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Strawberry Mezcal Smash

Strawberry Mezcal Smash

A transitional cocktail to celebrate the end of winter (with smoky Mezcal) and the bright fruity flavors coming with springtime – strawberries and basil!

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Matcha do About Nothing

Matcha do About Nothing

A playground for oddball ingredients, this bright green cocktail really works! If you’re into that sort of thing…

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The Emerald Kiss

The Emerald Kiss

Keep the pinches away this St. Patrick’s Day with this green aromatic cocktail featuring whiskey and absinthe!

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