An extra minty, bittered take on the whiskey smash.
Also known as the layman's julep, the smash is among the oldest categories of drink—and its still evolving. Here, get to know the smash in two classic recipes and their…
Dale DeGroff's answer to the Mint Julep.
A variation on the Whiskey Smash, this ginger-laced bourbon drink is one of Brooklyn bartender Jay Zimmerman's signatures.
The original and most popular variant of the smash throughout its heyday was the Brandy Smash, traditionally a mixture of spirit, water, sugar and mint, built over crushed ice.
How a quirky Prohibition-era bourbon cocktail came to manifest on U.S. drink menus right now.