An extra tropical spin on the Queen's Park Swizzle.
In this spin on Trader Vic's Martinique Swizzle, Ezra Star calls on grenadine in place of the traditional cane syrup.
A modern take on the swizzle, the Sloe Moon's Rose swaps the traditional rum base for gin, Contratto and framboise.
Named for its namesake stirrer, the swizzle hails from the longstanding West Indian tradition of theatrical mixed drinks that paved the way for tiki. Here, get to know the swizzle…
A smart means of visual marketing, swizzle sticks have made a comeback—many of them with colorful, over-the-top designs. Leah Mennies on the visual range of swizzle stick 2.0 and the…
A Rum Swizzle made green by the addition of wormwood bitters.
A near-Margarita, but in the form of an icy swizzle.
Named for the capital of West Sumatra, Indonesia, Zac Overman's Padang Swizzle plays with traditional tiki flavors, but adds a European twist.
Rising to kitschy prominence in the 1950s and '60s, the plastic swizzle stick quickly became the most ubiquitous piece of American bar memorabilia. By the '90s it was mostly forgotten.…
Trader Vic's ode to the original Rum Swizzle.
Long considered an afterthought among serious drinkers, the blended Scotch category is slowly becoming a hotbed for innovation.