A Rob Roy mixed with a Bamboo, by way of the tropics.
A true exemplar of a modern Rob Roy, with good body and a touch of smoke.
A trio of armagnac, Chartreuse and maraschino yields a rich, enveloping result.
This version calls on a split rye base and a split vermouth component alongside Campari.
A Boulevardier variation with rye, J. Rieger Caffé amaro and carrot eau de vie.
Sother Teague's take on the 19th-century cocktail.
Seeking a more consistent mouthfeel and flavor, Selma Slabiak introduced orange bitters, gomme syrup and a lemon twist to the Antrim Cocktail.
Much like the legend of the Negroni Sbagliato, Sarah Morrissey’s spin on the Italian classic was born from a fortuitous mistake.
A three-Scotch riff on the Rusty Nail from Houston's Tongue-Cut Sparrow.
Bartender Sother Teague's riff on the Old-Fashioned pairs Jägermeister with apple brandy and apple bitters.
How a quirky Prohibition-era bourbon cocktail came to manifest on U.S. drink menus right now.