A new generation of artisanal tonic waters improves on a time-honored favorite.
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With green tea infused vodka and liquor this soothing martini will definitely help you find your Zen.
Ginger lends this sweet martini a pleasant zing.
Infused vodkas make great building blocks for creative cocktails.
This tart, spicy martini is a delightful twist on conventional sangria.
The Blue Margarita at Club No Minors in Houston gets its dazzling color from blue curaçao liqueur.
Watermelon gives the Silver Coin Margarita, from Austin’s Fonda San Miguel, its refreshing kick.
Matt’s El Rancho in Austin combines two festive drinks in its sangria margarita.
This "Beachbum Berry" original is a refined (and food-friendly) interpretation of classic tropical fruit flavors.
Mai tais can come in every color of the rainbow, but according to cocktail historian Jeff Berry, the proper version has an amber hue because rum dominates the drink.
A fiery, crisp yet slightly sweet summertime drink that truly carries with it the spirit of Brazil.
Also called The 44 Cordial, this cocktail is concocted using 44 coffee beans, 44 tsp. of sugar and steeped for 44 days.
The spicy history of a Mexican favorite—the sangrita.
In Scotland's "other" whisky region, Springbank does everything its own way.
Sweet-salty-sour li hing mui pulls double duty by both flavoring this cocktail and decorating the rim of the glass.