Try this modern and boozy twist on the classic Eggnog recipe.
Forget tea and crumpets. This drink is named for the mythical dark companion to St. Nicholas.
A classic blend of vodka, coffee liqueur and Irish cream, the Mudslide cocktail is both drink and dessert.
This powerful tropical drink will transport you to New Orleans’ French Quarter. Learn how to make a Hurricane cocktail.
Recreate the deli favorite Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray Soda in cocktail form with this unique recipe.
The Inside Job: Nobody will suspect a thing if you just sit quietly and enjoy this sophisticated bourbon cocktail.
New Orleans watering hole SoBou serves this subtle twist on the classic Brandy Milk Punch.
This tasty gin drink mashes up the classic Last Word and Gin Fizz. Try the Last-Word Fizz cocktail.
Whip up a batch of clover honey syrup for this fruity Caipirinha-inspired tipple.
Spike a classic G&T with lime and bitters to create this simple but delicious concoction.
Spike your old-timey cream soda with tequila and Campari.
The balance of sweet watermelon and spicy pepper makes this cocktail undeniably refreshing.
This classic whiskey drink is just the thing to warm you up. Make a Hot Toddy next time it gets cold.
If you love your bourbon drinks bitter and boozy, the Bulleit 7 Hands cocktail is for you.
Try this twist on the classic Coffee Cocktail, which calls for a pair of Irish spirits.
Though its cousin the Gin Rickey is more common today, this classic cocktail recipe can also be made with bourbon.
Add some maple syrup to the classic Bourbon Rickey to get this sophisticated fall cocktail recipe.
San Francisco bartender and Liquor.com advisory board member H. Joseph Ehrmann says this is the world’s best Bloody Mary recipe.
This is a refreshing twist on the classic New York Sour.
A Thief in the Night: No need to feel guilty for mixing up this sweet and sour whiskey concoction.
The secret to this Whiskey Sour variation is a bit of red wine. Try the classic New York Sour.
Uncle Buck: This is one relative you’ll actually want to spend a lot of time with.
This long tequila cocktail is great after a hard day of work.
Two-Hit Fig Punch: Whiskey and spiced rum spike this fresh-fruit punch.
During Prohibition, this simple gin-and-orange-juice tipple was a big hit among illicit imbibers.
An elegant spin on the classic Whiskey Sour, the Kilbeggan Secret Sour uses Irish whiskey, lemon and grapefruit.
With rye whiskey, Belgian beer and a beef-jerky garnish, this is the manliest cocktail recipe we know of.
Now this is what the Manhattan Project should've been about.
Kyoto Sour: Sake isn't just for sipping. Try this spicy cocktail.
London Light: The subtle botanicals in Bulldog Gin pair well with the fruit juices in this easy-to-make tipple.
Ginger Smash: A delicious mix of three spirits, pineapple, lime juice and, of course, ginger.
Gentleman Jack Rare Tennessee Whiskey combines beautifully with ginger beer in this simple tipple.
Its bite brings pleasure, not pain.
The Improved Holland Gin Cock-Tail: An old-school recipe from mixology legend Jerry Thomas.
Daiquiri: Find out why this dark rum cocktail is a classic.
Jack & Canton: Despite his tough reputation, Jack actually plays quite well with others.
Replace the vermouth in a classic Martini with Scotch and you get something altogether different.
A transatlantic twist on the classic aperitif.
C&B Old Fashioned: C for Campari; B for Benedictine.
The classic Jack Rose cocktail gets a splash of Irish whiskey.
The Revolver: Arm yourself with this bourbon and coffee liqueur cocktail.
The President cocktail: Hail to the chief.
An alliance of Irish and French spirits yields one delicious concoction.
La Cola Nostra: A complex beverage you can't refuse