The Cooper Union: an Irish whiskey Sazerac with St. Germain and a smoky Laphroaig Scotch nose.
The Tale of the Tuxedo Cocktail
Want to amp up your martini? Gin, vermouth, bitters, absinthe, and maraschino: the Tuxedo Cocktail.
Vodka and Champagne: the Black Pearl Cocktail
The Black Pearl—vodka, blackberry syrup, a hint of lime, and a whimsical garnish, topped off with champagne.
Irish Whiskey and the Dubliner Cocktail
The Dubliner, an elegant Irish whiskey cocktail, with sweet vermouth, Grand Marnier and orange bitters.
An evening with the Rye Witch
The Rye Witch: rye whiskey, Strega, sherry, sugar and bitters.
Searching for the Martini: The Martinez Cocktail
The Martinez, one of the oldest of cocktails: sweet vermouth, Old Tom Gin, Maraschino and bitters.
Tequila and mezcal — messing with the Negroni
Agavoni — the "Tequila Negroni" — tequila or mescal, sweet vermouth and Campari, with a dash of bitters.
The Metropole Cocktail
The Metropole Cocktail: Brandy, dry vermouth, sugar 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 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.
Trilby Cocktail (Bourbon)
The Bourbon Trilby Cocktail: bourbon, sweet vermouth and orange bitters.
Five Ways to Wreck a Martini
Why is it hard to find a good martini? It's such a simple drink, what could go wrong? Here's my list of five ways.
Repeal And The Scofflaw
The Prohibition-era Scofflaw Cocktail: rye or bourbon whiskey, dry vermouth, lemon juice, grenadine and orange bitters.