The Atomic cocktail: brandy, vodka, sherry and Champagne. A way to pass the time while you're under your desk.
Drinking the French Quarter: The Vieux Carré Cocktail
Another New Orleans original, the Vieux Carré Cocktail: rye whiskey, Cognac, sweet vermouth, Bénédictine and bitters.
Why is there cognac in my Sazerac?
The Improved Cognac Sazerac: Cognac, sugar, bitters and absinthe.
Floating through Repeal Day: the Twelve Mile Limit Cocktail
The Three Mile Limit and the Twelve Mile Limit Cocktails: a pair of sours from the Prohibition era.
The Metropole Cocktail
The Metropole Cocktail: Brandy, dry vermouth, sugar and bitters.
Drinking with Titans: The Atlas Cocktail
The Atlas cocktail — rum, apple brandy, Cointreau and bitters.
The Scotch Saratoga
The Scotch Saratoga — a variant of the classic, with blended Scotch, brandy, sweet vermouth and bitters.
Between the Sheets
Between the Sheets: a cocktail of rum, brandy, Cointreau and fresh lemon juice.
The Last Word with an Asterisk: variations on a classic cocktail
The Final Ward, the Dernier Mot, and the Asterisk — three ways to spin the Last Word cocktail, with Chartreuse, Maraschino, and your favorite spirit.
Absinthe and Brandy—The Bombay Cocktail
The Bombay Cocktail: brandy, sweet and dry vermouths, curaçao and absinthe.
The Saratoga is one of our oldest cocktails, equal parts brandy, whiskey, and vermouth. Sort of a lush Manhattan for days when you're feeling particularly full of yourself. And the ingredients you use will make or break it.
Jack Rose: Lime or Lemon?
The Jack Rose Cocktail: applejack, lime or lemon juice, and grenadine.
The Sidecar Cocktail
The Sidecar: Cognac, Cointreau and lemon juice.