The Paper Plane Cocktail: bourbon, amaro, and lemon in a modern take on the Whiskey Sour.
Rum and Falernum — the Corn ’n Oil Cocktail
Rum, falernum, and lime: Barbados's spicy Corn ’n Oil Cocktail
Mixing with olive oil: the Oliveto cocktail
It's not often you find something new in cocktails. Here's the Oliveto: gin, lemon, sugar, Licor 43, egg white and olive oil.
Scotch and Irish—Cameron’s Kick
Cameron's Kick: Scotch and Irish whiskies combined with lemon juice and orgeat.
The Hesitation Cocktail
The Hesitation Cocktail — Whiskey, Swedish Punch, and a touch of lemon. An easy drink with big flavor.
Z is for Zillah (who drank too much gin)
Z is for Zillah Cocktail: gin, more gin, St. Germaine, lemon juice and orange bitters.
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 Stork Club Cocktail
The Stork Club Cocktail: Old Tom Gin, orange and lime juices, Cointreau and 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.
Detroit’s Finest: The Last Word Cocktail
Detroit's Last Word Cocktail: gin, Chartreuse, Maraschino and lime juice.
What color is the Blue Moon Cocktail?
The Blue Moon Cocktail: there's the blue version, and the red version. Both are good.
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.
Twentieth Century Cocktail
Ted Haigh says of the Twentieth Century in Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails, "With this cocktail, I believe we now have a firm idea of exactly what Art Deco tastes like."
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.