This softer riff subs smoky tequila for mezcal and Aperol for Campari.
Sweet vermouth and rye switch places.
By design, this improved Stinger is diamond-clear like a Martini.
The Cuban classic gets an update, with bianco vermouth swapped for the traditional dry.
This little-known cocktail belongs to a vast family of sherry-tinged Martini variations.
A mix of tequila, Cardamaro, rosso vermouth and Cynar that’s rich but surprisingly light on its feet.
A neo-tiki Negroni, made with blackstrap rum and "Ferrari."
A fruit-forward spin that’s developed a life of its own.
The classic Bronx, stirred not shaken.
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