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New York Sour

New York has a knack for adopting everything from fashion to food to people, and molding each into its own particular blend of outrageous, sophisticated and neurotic. Such is the…

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Boulevardier

Erskine Gwynne was an individual of epic reputation across Paris in the 1920s. A true man about town and boulevardier in the literal sense of the word, Gwynne ran a…

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Seelbach

The Seelbach Hotel's grand, saloon-style counter reportedly created this signature cocktail when a bartender used a Manhattan to catch the overflow from an uncorked Champagne bottle.

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In Fashion

Greg Best's contemporary twist on the Old-Fashioned calls for bourbon, rich Martinique cane syrup, a healthy dose of bitters and a float of smoky mezcal.

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Mash

(n.) A mixture of grains and water heated to encourage the extraction of grains’ fermentable sugars. Cereal grains, including barley, corn, rye and wheat, contain complex carbohydrates that can be…

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Horse’s Neck

This cooler drink—which gets its name from its long, loopy lemon twist garnish that curls along inside of the glass—is one of several classic drinks that devolved into a mocktail…