A cocktail that aims to translate the color green into a flavor.
An unlikely, equal-parts combination of absinthe, yellow Chartreuse and apricot liqueur.
Clarified, curdled or absinthe-spiked, the beach vacation staple offers more than just tropical escapism.
An improved Chrysanthemum with less absinthe and more citrus.
Eric Alperin's take on the 20th century classic.
At the 140-year-old Gage & Tollner, a purist’s take proves the value of time-honored technique.
An elevated Porn Star Martini.
No one seems aligned on what, exactly, defines them, but some things are for sure: They’re cold, easy to make and delicious.
This 28-year-old teacher is cataloging his attempt to drink every single alcoholic beverage mentioned in Pynchon’s nine major works, including the 902-page Gravity’s Rainbow.
“It’s a late-afternoon pick-me-up rather than a wind-down after dinner,” explains Jon Mullen of his Anisette Frappé.
How a quirky Prohibition-era bourbon cocktail came to manifest on U.S. drink menus right now.