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The Suburban is both a classic race and a classic cocktail. A New York original, it’s the only cocktail we’re aware of that combines whiskey, port and rum.
Pimm’s Cups are popular at many summer horse racing meets in the UK, including the Royal Ascot. This version was whipped up in honor of No Nay Never, a horse who made his mark at Royal Ascot in 2013 when he won the prestigious Norfolk stakes.
A New York-based peppery riff on the Whiskey Smash.
This cinnamon spice-infused punch from New York bartender Katie Stipe marries the nuttiness of amontillado sherry with Lairds Bonded Applejack and Spanish cider to create a her own boozy riff on fall.
A minty, malty mash-up of the Mint Julep and the Sherry Cobbler from Trick Dog’s Morgan Schick.
a savory-sour mixture of tequila, tangerine and lime juices and housemade dill syrup—the final pull of summer’s herbs—from Morgan Schick of San Francisco’s Trick Dog.
An homage to the classic Bee’s Knees, the Camomila employs the timeless combination of gin, honey and lemon upgraded with the floral touch of chamomile and dandelion and burdock bitters
This carbonated and bottled cocktail, created by Barrelhouse’s Stephen Cole, is a playful twist on the traditional radler concept.
Typically, a radler is known for being light in alcohol, but the addition of a shot of juniper-driven German gin ups the gear ratio in this riff on the classic from Chicago’s The Radler.
New York City bar 151’s Campari-laced riff on the traditional German beer and citrus drink, the radler.