It’s rare to find a bar that routinely serves this old-fashioned cocktail, but it’s simple enough to make yourself.
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This recipe came from the bar at Rome's Le Grand Hotel—to keep it authentic, use Bombay Sapphire Gin.
From the bar of the legendary Raffles Hotel comes this tropical cocktail—sweet and sour, with just the right amount of kick.
This frothy, refreshing tall cocktail was flamboyant Louisiana governor Huey Long's favorite drink.
This potion isn’t as harmless as it looks. One taste and you’ll understand why.
Tasting of anise and packing a powerful punch, ouzo is the king of Greek spirits.
When it comes to holiday libations, eggnog’s got nothing on this fiery Swedish concoction.
One of the world’s most complex and subtle brandies is produced from fruit you wouldn’t want to eat.
The mystery of this Mexican spirit is uncovered. But beware—it’s not for the faint of stomach.
One take on holiday jello.
Bartender extraordinaire Dale DeGroff gave us this recipe.
Bartenders at the Fairmont Hotel's Sazerac Bar in New Orleans make the house specialty according to this formula; if you can't find Herbsaint, you may substitute pastis.
From sugarcane to rum-a look at how this spirit of the tropics is made.
Mezcal from Oaxaca can be one of the world's great spirits.
In Spain, it's the name of a town, and of an irresistible, vigorous liqueur.