The Dirty Martini: gin, dry vermouth and olive brine. And, of course, an olive.
The Corpse Reviver No. 2 Cocktail — not just for breakfast anymore
The Corpse Reviver No. 2: gin, Lillet, Cointreau, fresh lemon juice and absinthe.
The French 75 Cocktail — Tom Collins in a Tuxedo
The French 75: gin, lemon and sugar, topped with Champagne. Tom Collins in a tuxedo.
Searching for the Martini: The Martinez Cocktail
The Martinez, one of the oldest of cocktails: sweet vermouth, Old Tom Gin, Maraschino and bitters.
The Tom Collins Cocktail
The classic Tom Collins: London Dry gin, fresh lemon juice, sugar and soda.
Z is for Zillah (who drank too much gin)
Z is for Zillah Cocktail: gin, more gin, St. Germaine, lemon juice and orange bitters.
A Martini with something in it — the astonishing Atty Cocktail
The Atty cocktail: gin, dry vermouth, absinthe and creme de violette. And don't forget that lemon garnish!
The Stork Club Cocktail
The Stork Club Cocktail: Old Tom Gin, orange and lime juices, Cointreau and bitters.
The Satan’s Whiskers Cocktail
Satan's Whiskers: London Dry Gin, orange juice, Grand Marnier, sweet and dry vermouths, and bitters.
The Bronx Cocktail
The Bronx Cocktail: gin, dry vermouth, sweet vermouth, orange juice and orange bitters.
The Seventh Heaven Cocktail
Seventh Heaven is an Aviation variant from the prohibition years. No creme de violette? Try this: Old Tom gin, Maraschino, grapefruit juice and mint.
The Derby Cocktail, gin and peaches
The Gin Derby Cocktail: Genever, brandy, sugar and mint. And there's a peach version, too...
Detroit’s Finest: The Last Word Cocktail
Detroit's Last Word Cocktail: gin, Chartreuse, Maraschino and lime juice.
Gimlet Cocktail: the libertarian’s delight
The Gimlet Cocktail: gin, lime juice and sugar. And a little controversy.
The Silver Cocktail
The Silver Cocktail: gin, dry vermouth, Maraschino and bitters. A martini with something in it.
What color is the Blue Moon Cocktail?
The Blue Moon Cocktail: there's the blue version, and the red version. Both are good.
Mixing with Fernet Branca—the Hanky Panky Cocktail
The Hanky Panky: gin, sweet vermouth and Fernet-Branca..
The Aviation: gin, lemon, maraschino and creme de violette — one of the most famous of our resurrected classics.
Leap Year Cocktail
The Leap Year Cocktail: gin, Grand Marnier, sweet vermouth and lemon juice.
The Campden Cocktail
The little-known Campden Cocktail — gin, Lillet and Grand Marnier — makes a pleasant, cold splash for a spring evening.