The Oriental Cocktail: rye whiskey, sweet vermouth, orange curaçao, and fresh lime juice.
A taste of the Gilded Age: the Stinger
The Stinger: a simple mix of brandy and creme de menthe. A fine end to the evening.
Scotch and Irish—Cameron’s Kick
Cameron's Kick: Scotch and Irish whiskies combined with lemon juice and orgeat.
The Metropole Cocktail
The Metropole Cocktail: Brandy, dry vermouth, sugar and bitters.
The Bronx Cocktail
The Bronx Cocktail: gin, dry vermouth, sweet vermouth, orange juice and orange bitters.
The Cloister Cocktail
The Cloister cocktail's claim to fame is the use of both Chartreuse and grapefruit juice. The result is a heady, citrus nose and a long, spicy aftertaste.
The Future Ghost Cocktail: bourbon, Devil Mix, vermouth, claret, and smoky absinthe.
The Black Manhattan: bourbon, Averna, and Angostura bitters. Another variant of one of the greatest of the classic cocktails.
Whether you call it Brown Derby or De Rigueur, it’s still an excellent whiskey sour: bourbon, grapefruit juice and honey.
It’s not often you find something new in cocktails. Here’s the Oliveto: gin, lemon, sugar, Licor 43, egg white and olive oil.
The Honey Bee Cocktail: rum, lemon and honey.
The Bee’s Knees: gin, honey, lemon—and the secret ingredient, orange.
Chatham Artillery Punch: whiskey, brandy, rum, and Champagne all bundled up together. An iron fist in a velvet glove.