Cognac, maraschino, bitters, and champagne: Johnny Michaels's Brut Nature Cocktail, two ways.
The Tale of the Tuxedo Cocktail
Want to amp up your martini? Gin, vermouth, bitters, absinthe, and maraschino: the Tuxedo Cocktail.
An Old-Fashioned the hard way: the Brandy Crusta
Brandy, curacao, lemon, and bitters: the Brandy Crusta is the prototype of the modern sour, and a forerunner of the Sidecar. More historic marker than living cocktail, it's a drink that's important to know if you take your cocktails seriously. And it tastes good. Why did it disappear?
The Mary Pickford Cocktail
The Mary Pickford Cocktail—white rum, pineapple juice, grenadine and Maraschino. A Prohibition-era rum classic.
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 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.
Detroit’s Finest: The Last Word Cocktail
Detroit's Last Word Cocktail: gin, Chartreuse, Maraschino and lime juice.
The Silver Cocktail
The Silver Cocktail: gin, dry vermouth, Maraschino and bitters. A martini with something in it.
Building on the Old-Fashioned—The Improved Whiskey Cocktail
The Improved Whiskey Cocktail: bourbon or rye whiskey, Maraschino, absinthe, sugar, bitters and lemon.
The Red Hook Cocktail
The Red Hook Cocktail: rye whiskey, Punt e Mes and Maraschino — the best Manhattan variant ever.
The Aviation: gin, lemon, maraschino and creme de violette — one of the most famous of our resurrected classics.