A holiday-ready rendition of the Whiskey Sour.
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Mojitos, Daiquiris and Palomas can all be pan-seasonal staples, with a few tweaks.
Sub out white rum for rich, brooding blackstrap and mint for muddled rosemary for a winterized take.
American lager takes the place of ginger ale and a bounty of fresh winter herbs, apples, and cranberries act as garnish in this winterized version.
One of the easiest ways to riff on a classic drink recipe is to swap in a flavored sweetener for simple syrup. Here, a selection of our favorite wintertime syrups…
A riff on the classic toddy that's a bit more tony, more deluxe and more French.
When mixed with the likes of amari, herbal liqueurs and seasonal fruit, the summer-ready long drink transitions seamlessly to winter.
Cranberries, oranges, and apples are at the heart of this winterized long drink.
The acidic Riesling, homemade grape syrup, and aromatic rosemary garnish add a layered complexity that continues to linger after the first sip in this Alpine-inspired spritz.
How a quirky Prohibition-era bourbon cocktail came to manifest on U.S. drink menus right now.