A historic equal-parts formula that requires little tinkering.
This raspberry and gin classic is an homage to the “Florodora Sextette,” six scandalously beautiful young ladies who danced in the 1900 musical Florodora at New York’s Casino Theater.
There are few watering holes that consistently allow for a transporting experience that—throughout decades or even a century—all ages can appreciate. The hotel bar is one of these places. Over…
There are several versions of the Turf Cocktail, each a slightly different variation on the Martini. The PUNCH version favors Harry McElhone's version, adjusted for the modern palate.
The first-known mentions of the Rob Roy credit New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel for the 1897 recipe, which is essentially a Manhattan made with Scotch whisky.
There are a dozen or so sherry and gin drinks that start to pop up during the twilight years of the 19th century and repeat themselves with very slight variations…
How a quirky Prohibition-era bourbon cocktail came to manifest on U.S. drink menus right now.