A Hemingway Daiquiri variation featuring smoked rhubarb amaro.
Five bartenders spotlight Fever-Tree’s newest expression— Sparkling Pink Grapefruit soda—with dead-simple takes on the Paloma template.
Shannon Tebay calls on the juicy brightness of Fever-Tree Sparkling Pink Grapefruit and an citrusy American gin in her spicy, bittersweet highball.
Jon Mullen’s Shady Grove imagines an aperitivo twist on the Paloma with Fever-Tree Sparkling Pink Grapefruit soda.
Alex Anderson complements the flavor and bright carbonation of Fever-Tree Sparkling Pink Grapefruit with a fragrant honeydew melon syrup.
Demi Natoli’s Sitting Pretty is a tropical highball, bursting with bright citrus flavor from Fever-Tree Sparkling Pink Grapefruit soda along with fresh lime, mint and coconut.
Fanny Chu’s lengthened riff on a Hemingway Daiquiri calls on Panamanian white rum, Luxardo cherry syrup, lime and Fever-Tree Sparkling Pink Grapefruit soda.
Shae Minnillo' Chesapeake Junction is a "grapefruit bomb," featuring the citrus three ways.
For this winterized spin on the Daiquiri, new flavors are added into the same template: funky Appleton rum and wintry spiced simple syrup add depth and richness to the original…
The punch Boelte remembers was a daring combination of sherbet and ginger ale; his summer Parish Hall Punch is full of amontillado sherry and cider instead.
How a quirky Prohibition-era bourbon cocktail came to manifest on U.S. drink menus right now.