A 1920s-era classic, retooled with the addition of orange liqueur.
There’s never been a better time to rediscover what makes this modern classic more than a nostalgic footnote.
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This was the preferred concoction of Gertrude Niesen, an actress and singer and frequent patron of Manhattan’s Stork Club in the 1930s and ‘40s, and it’s a hell of a…
A staple at the pioneering NYC bar, Flatiron Lounge.
A playful and bitter mix of Jägermeister, cointreau, lime and simple syrup.
Dale DeGroff's retooled Negroni.
Integrating lime zest sets this bright and floral frozen Margarita apart.
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.
A smoothed out Gin Sour, the White Lady was made famous by its creator Harry MacElhone of Harry's New York Bar in Paris and Harry Craddock of The Savoy in…
This is the future of bartending.