A staple of Lisbon's kiosk culture.
A modern classic Chartreuse sour from Berlin.
Eric Alperin's Sazerac-style blend of rye and Jamaican rum.
Much like the legend of the Negroni Sbagliato, Sarah Morrissey’s spin on the Italian classic was born from a fortuitous mistake.
This Manhattan variation plays up the spiciness of the rye base with chai-infused vermouth and ginger liqueur.
The mezcal-based No Say sees Aperol, coconut liqueur and lemongrass syrup brightened by fresh lime and pineapple juice.
Monica Berg swaps out the expected citrus for a lactic acid-based whey cordial in this sour, which is shaken with vodka, aquavit and Cocchi Americano.
This pineapple-tinged Whiskey Sour riff from D.C.'s Rachel Sergi gets a dramatic finish in the form of lemon-honey espuma.
A neo-tiki Negroni, made with blackstrap rum and "Ferrari."
Kenta Goto's distant riff on the Improved Whiskey Cocktail that combines barley shochu, aged gin and hop liqueur.