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One of the most famous examples of jam as an ingredient in a cocktail.
The Juniperotivo is a straightforward mixture of gin, lime and muddled mint, with the unexpected addition of pomegranate syrup.
Audrey Saunders’ reknowned non-Martini MarTEAni helped pave the way for the gin Martini's return.
A dinner-friendly cocktail with St-Germain and Cynar, from Boston's Ezra Star.
Somewhere between a Gin Fizz and a milkshake, the laborious Ramos Gin Fizz cocktail was born in New Orleans at Henry Ramos’ Imperial Cabinet Saloon in 1888.
Elaborately garnished and served in two-foot tall vessels, these Cocktail Explosions are designed to be both interactive and sharable.
Dale DeGroff’s Martini recipe builds on a simple and strong combination of Beefeater Gin and Martini Reserva Speciale Ambrato vermouth.
Daniel Bedoya's Irish whiskey-based riff on the Old-Fashioned cocktail.
This drink sees blue tea topped with an acidic mixture—in this case, a tropical blend of pineapple, lime, rum and orange liqueur—that causes it to change color.
Ryan Casey’s take on the classic Champagne punch gets a dose of heat by way of ginger liqueur and habanero bitters.