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The Espresso Martini was created by Dick Bradsell at Fred’s Club in the late 1980s, when a young model, who Bradsell claims is now world famous, sidled up to the bar and asked for something to wake her up—and then fuck her up.
A sweet and sour winter shrub.
A savory, spicy winter shrub adapted from Michael Dietsch’s book Shrubs.
A classic sherry, red wine, cognac and rum punch named for the famous Massachusetts senator of yore.
A sherry- and rum-infused Caribbean punch that’s light enough for summer and strong enough to get you through the colder months.
In Puerto Rico, the Christmas tradition comes in the form of this eggnog-like rum and coconut milk punch—a symbol of the country’s complex colonial past and present.
Brian Silva’s overhaul of a classic scotch whisky cocktail is inspired by the structure of a “perfect” cocktail, harnessing the sweet and savory extremes of both dry and sweet vermouth.
The Gin Blossom is Julie Reiner’s aromatic modern play on the Martini that mashes up apricot eau de vie, bianco vermouth and gin.
This strong Manhattan-like cocktail from Pip Hanson of Minneapolis’s Marvel Bar, is a rum- and amaro-infused winter warmer.
In this play on a boxed lunch milk jug, Alex Bachman mixes together three unexpected parts—the lightly bitter Italian aperitivo genepi, palo cortado sherry and oatmeal-infused goat’s milk.