The Scottish Highlands are home to single-malt Scotches whose differing ages and brewing styles make for radically divergent tastes.
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Once a barman's staple, orange bitters—a potent concoction of botanicals used to deepen the character of many cocktails—is nowadays hard to find.
Also called The 44 Cordial, this cocktail is concocted using 44 coffee beans, 44 tsp. of sugar and steeped for 44 days.
Tasting of anise and packing a powerful punch, ouzo is the king of Greek spirits.
The addition of fresh peaches gives this vintage cocktail youthful appeal.
How one nautical outpost of the British Empire gave rise to the famous Pegu cocktail.
This pre-Prohibition classic combines traditional bitters and orange bitters.
Ginger lends this sweet martini a pleasant zing.
Infused vodkas make great building blocks for creative cocktails.
Nami-Nami takes this favorite summertime cocktail one step further by creating a whipped-foam version that can be served as a dessert or a cocktail.
This version of the classic Planter's Punch allows the rum to be the star ingredient.
This old-school cure-all cocktail is meant to be slugged back in a single gulp.