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This Detox/Intox drink from LA photographers Dylan + Jeni couples a spicy carrot juice blend with the architecture of a classic blended Margarita.
Muddled and mixed with lime juice and orange liqueur, tart sour cherries are an unexpected, yet amicable companion to crisp lager in this shandy-style drink.
Inspired by two major summer food groups, chips and guacamole, this is guaca-Margarita hybrid has just the right amount of kick lent from fresh jalapeño.
A hallmark of summer, a simple, icy glass of lemonade could not get better. That is, unless you add booze and some berries.
Somewhere between a Southside and a Gimlet, this savory cocktail combines crisp summer cucumbers with cooling mint and gin.
This deep, boozy number is traditionally equal parts rye, Bénédictine and sweet vermouth. In this version, from The PDT Cocktail Book, the ratio of rye is upped to cut the sweetness.
Created for the 2014 World Cup match between Brazil and Chile, the Obispo cocktail is one of a dozen variations of the “red-wine-citrus-and-sometimes-rum” Bishop cocktail—a favorite of Dickens.
Created for the 2014 World Cup match between Greece and Costa Rica, the Tico Kafés mixes the anise flavor of ouzo with coffee, similar to Italy’s caffè coretto alla sambuca.
Created for the 2014 World Cup match between the U.S. and Belgium, this distant relative of the John Collins pairs sweet, oaky bourbon with the tart funky cherries of a traditional Belgian brew.
Created for the 2014 World Cup match final between Argentina and Germany, this mano-a-mano recipe is nothing more than a picon-bière in which hearty, chocolatey Doppelbock stands up to Fernet’s bitter kick.