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The Ol’ Poet’s Smoke is a mix of Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve, honey, lemon and Amaro Montenegro that drinks like a Penicillin highball.
Marco Dionysos based this refreshing highball on the Favorite Cocktail, a drink he found in Jacques Straub’s 1914 manual “Drinks.”
With its base of London dry gin, génépy and grapefruit liqueur, this intentionally low-ABV cooler was designed for New Orleans summers.
The highball method practiced at a small sake (and whiskey) bar in Ishikawa prefecture called Washu Bar Engawa.
Emanuele Broccatelli’s cocktail named for his native city draws on the anise flavors that once characterized Roman desserts and drinks, like caffé corretto.
Named for film actor and Cynar spokesperson Ernesto Calindri, Emanuele Broccatelli’s cocktail utilizes flavors that might appear during a Roman meal.
Giuseppe Gonzalez contrasts Scotch with spring-ready vegetable juices and that staple of warm weather and lawn parties: Pimm’s.
Naren Young's shaken riff on the Negroni is a refreshing and lower-proof alternative to the classic.
Kenta Goto calls on Japanese whiskey, stored in the freezer to slow the melting of the ice, as the base of his classic highball.