The Apple Daiquiri, from The PDT Project.
The refreshing and simple Aperol Spritz, ideal for the summer heat.
The classic Americano highball, an ideal refresher for the summer heat.
Named after the French engineer who first proposed the English Chunnel, the Albert Mathieu cocktail aptly combines French and English spirits.
The classic Airmail cocktail from The PDT Project, with rum, lime, honey, and Champagne.
Irish whiskey, chardonnay, and mezcal are some of the improbable ingredients that come together in the Against All Odds Cocktail, from The PDT Project.
The tequila-based 21st Century cocktail on the PDT Project.
The classic 20th Century cocktail, named after the legendary Art Deco train.
The simply and refreshing 212 cocktail, part of the PDT Project.
The #3 Cup is a refreshing cocktail inspired by the Pimm's Cup, perfect for the spring!
The PDT Project kicks off with the first recipe from the PDT Cocktail Book, the #8 cocktail.
The Rainforest Cobbler, a perfect summer patio pounder featuring the flavors of acai, basil, and strawberry.
The General Ignacio, a Mezcal cocktail for the more adventurous Cinco de Mayo drinker.
The Good Morning Heartache: a cocktailian's homage to NYC, the Jazz Age and brunch. Home sweet home.
Why drinking Martinis like 007 is a telltale sign that you're drinking like a rookie. Plus the recipe for Bond's Vesper cocktail, and how to improve upon it.
The story of the Old Fashioned, and how the cocktail revival has restored it to its former glory.
When life gives you variegated pink lemons...make a Jasmine Toddy!
Cielo de Jalisco, a tequila cocktail for those who want to keep it seasonal without getting all Christmassey.
The V.O.C., served at Amsterdam's Door 74, is made with genever, apricot, green tea, and demerara. But what does the acronym stand for?
How does one go about naming a cocktail? Inspiration can come from the strangest places. The Rikuo Cocktail with Cognac, orgeat, lemon juice, Campari, and spiced cranberry bitters.
Is your bar equipped with the proper tools, and do you know when to shake and when to stir?
Ever had a Sazerac with Absinthe fog? How about Bourbon-carbonated grapes that taste like a Mint Julep? Highlights of the most fascinating seminar at Tales of the Cocktail, Bax vs. Clift.
A glimpse of the cocktail craziness from the opening night parties of this year's Tales of the Cocktail.
This cocktail is made with tequila, pineapple, worcestershire, sriracha, and ginger beer. Come up with a cool name for it and the first round's on me!
The Literary Agent, a cocktail inspired by Hemingway's exploits as a US spy during WWII.
The Chinese Bootlegger Punch (made with Catdaddy Carolina Moonshine and Oolong tea) is one of the many libations that will be served during this weekend's Manhattan Cocktail Classic.
Too many Margaritas for Cinco de Drinko? Try a few of these alternatives, like the smoky and seductive La Guadalupana cocktail.
The Caipirinha, like a Mojito that went on a camping trip, shed some extra weight, answered the call of the wild and never returned to the city.
The classic Blood and Sand is proof that unconventional ingredient combinations can sometimes lead to cocktail greatness.
There are numerous cocktails bearing the name Coronation, but the one above, created in honor of King Edward VII, is king.
The Aviation was one of the last great cocktails created just before Prohibition, and remains an essential cocktail for any enthusiast to know.
Saturday is the first day of Spring, which also marks the Persian New Year. Celebrate with a Persian Rose cocktail, made with the juice of sweet lemons--yes, sweet lemons.
The alternative to the Margarita, Trader Vic's classic El Diablo.
The classic Metropole cocktail and the colorful history of its birthplace, the Metropole Hotel in NY.
In honor of New Orleans, the recipe and unique history of the classic Sazerac cocktail.
The Rusty Nail: one of my favorite wintertime fireside drinks.
This year don't bother with the fad cleanse diets and try The Detox cocktail instead.
A few Champagne cocktails to help you and your guests close out the decade in style.
If you got a lump of coal for Christmas last year, get your revenge on Santa this year by sneaking him some Hot Milk Punch.
Skip the Egg Nog this season and try a Flip instead. Like the Bourbon Ginger Flip (pictured) or the NASA-approved Jupiter's Flip.
Ever tried beer and ice cream? Try Doc's Enigma, a beer float inspired by the character "Doc" from John Steinbeck's Cannery Row.
A tale of two cocktails both named the Brown Derby. Above, the one made with aged rum, lime, and maple syrup.
The classic Manhattan.
Sherry baby! It's not just for the Jersey Boys. A primer on Sherry and a few cocktail recipes to serve at your holiday gatherings.