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One part Mojito, one part Cuba Libre, the Tonic Cubano mixes together aged rum and mint with subtly sweet tonic water.
In this play on the Gin & Tonic, gin is replaced with savory mezcal and paired with citrusy, full-bodied Boylan Heritage Tonic and a honey-salt rim.
The BBT (bourbon, bitters and tonic) is essentially an Old-Fashioned lengthened and lifted thanks to a topper of tonic water.
Josh Williams and Eric Prum of The Mason Shaker and W&P Design teamed up with classic soda maker Boylan to come up with a lime-spiked, full-bodied tonic that pairs perfectly with the summer-y addition of crisp cucumbers.
Inspired by the Spanish obsession with G&T’s and their summer drink Tinto de Verano (a combo of red wine and lemon soda), the Tinto Tónico is a unlikely combination that drinks like an instant summer classic.
Shelley Lindgren’s Dusty Trails embraces summer strawberries at the height of ripeness paired with spicy rye whiskey and tangy homemade ginger syrup.
Part of the classic Collins lineage, the Jessica Collins is a tall gin, grapefruit and Aperol cocktail named for cookbook author and legendary hostess Jessica Seinfeld.
Based on a the classic framework of a Negroni—equal parts strong, bitter and sweet—A16 Rockridge’s Blessed Thistle replaces sweet vermouth with CioCiaro and Cardamaro.
Built on a similar structure as a Margarita except with a base of smoky mezcal and herbaceous Dolin Genepy in place of tequila and Cointreau, A16′s El Pepe wields an unexpected layer of complexity.
With a base of white rum, the Joggling Board is dressed up riff on the Daiquiri and named for a piece of furniture hailing from South Carolina’s Lowcountry.