This cranberry cordial might be the best of the cranberry recipes from the season. It's sweet tart flavor adds to bubbles and liquors so beautifully.
The Moscow Mule is a classic cocktail but why not update this classic with the Paris Mule.
Southern Sweet Tea with a hint of Absinthe. Summertime..and the drinkin' is easy
Even buttoned up cocktails like the French 75 like to take a walk on the wild side. The Redneck 75, is that wild side.
Hot buttered rum is one of those classic drink recipes that's perfect for cold weather, but it's usually topped with an icky fat slick. Not anymore!
Cigar tobacco infused bourbon makes a delicious cocktail called The Havana.
Chartreuse and The Chocolate Factory - Bourbon cocktails take it up a notch.
Yes Virginia, there is such a thing as a discernable cherry in maraschino cherries - if you make your own.
A Bloody Mary recipe that's rich, bright and a bit spicy.
What to do with too much basil? Make cocktails.
Why not make both a French Vin de Noix and Italian Nocino. An easy recipe for luxuriously delicious walnut liqueurs.
What's more refreshing than a cold glass of lemonade in the summer? A limoncello cocktail topped with whipped cream!
A gin fizz cocktail, it might not be fancy but it's the perfect refreshing cocktail recipe for hot summer days.
The Juicy Mater, a refreshing tequila tomato cocktail.
Shoo Flu Sorbet: a frozen hot toddy with Shellback spiced rum to cure what ails you.
Scarves and mittens are one way to warm up, but an apple cider hot toddy is a more delicious way!
The Gingersnap: a spicy and warming ginger cocktail that's the perfect libation for cooler weather.
The Adam and Eve: Fall means lots of warming flavors and this Calvados cocktail has them all.
The French apple brandy, known as Calvados, is the quintessential flavor of Fall in a glass.
A truly original gin cocktail. Basil/lemongrass infused gin with a touch of lime and fresh watermelon syrup.
A classic Manhattan cocktail is the quintessential barkeeps cocktail recipe. But the cooler Fall weather calls for a bit of sweetness. The Maple Manhattan.
A little bit tart, a little bit sweet and a whole lotta delicious. The floral St. Germain adds a light touch to this pretty in pink cocktail.
Sangrita is the perfect companion for your sipping tequila.
A peach cocktail with vanilla and honey is a smooth, refreshing way to end your week.
Gold kiwi, watermelon and orange vodka combine for kiwi cocktail that's light and refreshing.
Imbibing in the Singapore Sling at the Long Bar at Raffles Hotel in Singapore. Where it all started.
You can make a great shrub cocktail at home. This pineapple one goes south of the border with Mezcal
Green walnut liqueur, aka Nocino, is traditionally an Italian liqueur that has a fantastically mysterious flavor that you can make at home.
When vintage cocktailia meets new mixology you get a strawberry shrub cocktail.
This blueberry mojito recipe is a snow cone for adults only.
The Revised Bee's Knees, a rum homage to MoChica's Santa Claus is Back in Town
The Rambutan Martini
The sake cosmo will have you sipping a cosmopolitan all over again.
If the Negroni and the Manhattan had a love child it would be this Boulevardier.
Cinco de Drinko - An avocado margarita for Cinco de Mayo
Sgroppino is one of those things that will change your tastes forever.
The Strawberry Basil Gimlet
Fresh Margarita recipe with pineapple and mango
Pomegranate juice and tequila combine for a tequila drink recipe that's easy to make and even easier to drink
That classic cocktail, the Salty Dog, with fresh squeezed pink grapefruit juice.
Chef Stuart O'Keeffe shares his favorite chocolate Guinness milkshake recipe.
Negroni jello shots: sometimes even the most classic cocktails want to have a little fun.
Celebrate the weekend and Dr. Seuss birthday with this refreshing ginger beer cocktail. The Yertle the Turtle.
A good for you mojito recipe? If it's a coconut mojito with coconut water and green tea, yes
The indulgent southern classic cocktail, milk punch, is a boozy adult treat.
This triple sec recipe is easy and delicious. Why buy it when you can make it?