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Benedictine supplies the racy edge for this cocktail named for New Orleans' French Quarter.
Two-ingredient cocktails that are easy to make and even easier to drink.
No day at the races would be complete without this bourbon libation.
A tried-and-true method for making your own aromatic spirit at home.
What better time than a dark winter's night to discover Scotland's best whiskies?
Not a cocktail for the faint of heart, this potent brew mixes Belgian beer with gin and a touch of absinthe.
This port-based potable was invented before Prohibition and has been a cold-weather classic ever since.
Just as perfume requires a master blender's touch, cognac demands the same sense of equilibrium and character.
This version of the classic Planter's Punch allows the rum to be the star ingredient.
How one nautical outpost of the British Empire gave rise to the famous Pegu cocktail.
The addition of fresh peaches gives this vintage cocktail youthful appeal.
The Scottish Highlands are home to single-malt Scotches whose differing ages and brewing styles make for radically divergent tastes.
Don't be fooled by this candy-colored mainstay - the Negroni is sharp, bitter, and strangely seductive.