One of the few sherry-based modern classics.
A full ounce of grenadine complements grapefruit juice and a rye base.
This rendition dates to 1914 and calls on a base of Old Tom gin.
This is a soft, yet edgy mixture of sweet, herbal, and smoky that goes down easy, despite the challenging flavors involved.
Piquant and slightly fruity, this cocktail represents Sasha Petraske's succinct retort to the ubiquitous Cosmopolitan.
A balance of sweet and bitter, by way of amaro, Scotch and gin.
A rich Negroni variation with notes of baking spices and alpine amaro.
Somewhere between a Martini and a Negroni, remixed with New York-born ingredients.
Audrey Sanders' modern classic take on the Manhattan.
Long considered an afterthought among serious drinkers, the blended Scotch category is slowly becoming a hotbed for innovation.