A Drink For Each 2012 Best Picture Nominee

A cocktail recipe for each 2012 Best Picture Nominee to celebrate the Oscars with. Developed by Nitehawk Cinema's Beverage Director Jen Marshall.

Minny's Mississippi Punch
Minny's Mississippi Punch
This punchy Southern cocktail, inspired by nominee The Help, is sweet but surprisingly strong—just like the characters in the movie.MacKenzie Smith
Beauty Spot
Beauty Spot
Beauty Spot, composed of gin, sweet vermouth, and green chartreuse, is classic yet completely original at the same time-much like silent film nominee The Artist itself. See the recipe for Beauty Spot »MacKenzie Smith
no mans land cocktail
No Man's Land
Bourbon, a favorite spirit during World War I, is the star in this dark and piquant cocktail inspired by War Horse.MacKenzie Smith
The French Connection cocktail
The French Connection
Cognac, fresh raspberries, and sparkling wine combine to make this fizzy, romantic cocktail, inspired by Woody Allen's movie Midnight in Paris. See the recipe for The French Connection »MacKenzie Smith
The King Family Fortune
The King Family Fortune
The King Family Fortune invokes the tropics with pineapple juice, grenadine, and vanilla vodka.MacKenzie Smith
Oskar's Key
Oskar's Key
Bittersweet with spicy, herbal undertones, the complex flavor of this rye cocktail celebrates the complexity of Oskar's character in Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.MacKenzie Smith
The Lumiere cocktail
The Lumi`re
This cocktail was inspired by Best-Picture nominee Hugo. The magical sophistication of elderflower, citrus, and green chartreuse mirrors Hugo's and Isabella's enchanting quest through 1930's Paris. See the recipe for The Lumi`re »MacKenzie Smith
Billy's A Team
Billy's A Team
Inspired by Moneyball, this refreshing herbal drink gets it's money-green hue from muddled mint and basil. See the recipe for Billy's A Team »MacKenzie Smith
The Orchard
The Orchard
Inspired by Tree of Life, this combination of sweet maple syrup and spicy applejack brandy tastes like an orchard in your glass -- and reminds us of the seemingly simple but undeniably tough life of 1950's Texas. See the recipe for The Orchard »MacKenzie Smith