Bourbon Street Milkshake ~ The New York Times hits the lanes at Brooklyn Bowl and rolls with this boozy bourbony milkshake.
Taveirinha - This cocktail was supposed to be named in honor to the brazilian soccer team, but a few weeks later the team was a failure. So I decided to name it after my friend, who loved it.
Dr. Bamboo uses coffee beans to infuse his booze.
After dinner drink and dessert all rolled into one-this espresso martini has a strong jolt of espresso, Bailey's Irish Cream, Sabroso, and vodka.
Make basil oil to garnish the Jackson Pollock cocktail and watch the drops of color swirl.
The real Connoisseur’s Choice - old and rare cocktail - the Sazerac has interesting story, unusual preparation and unique taste.
New year holidays approach in big steps! For this occasion, Charles Heidsieck reveals his casket previewed in a collectible: a waterproof leather cooler.
The Gin Fizz is another classic cocktail recipe that is delicious as is, but change it up with some infused gin and you've got a cocktail with wings.
Refined Vices is back with a review of Maui Platinum Rum. The first review in a series of four Maui rum reviews.
“The art of tasting” by designer Kacper Hamilton. Modern work for Ballantine's 12yo with carafe and glasses form transparent pyramid.
The Mai Tai is one of the true classics of the cocktail world. Victor J. Bergeron first concocted it in 1944 behind the bar of his famed restaurant Trader Vic’s. But since that time it has become the "cock of the walk!"
Take this to your next derby party — the Yuzu Julep, made with Yamazaki and yuzu juice.
Celebrating Jack Daniel's 160th birthday with the New No. 7.
Iced tea cocktails are hot in Chicago bars, according to the Tribune
2-1-1 is the E=mc2 of Intellectual Cocktail Circles: if Einstein were a mixologist, he would’ve used this formula for calculating the perfect drink every time.
Perrier Jouët’s Dandy Ball ~ a gorgeous series of artwork by Fashion illustrator, Kareem Iliya. Muses, Dandies, and Champagne...
Quench your thirst with this week's luscious roundup from here at Liqurious.
'Biero' bar in Melbourne developed 'Beervault' tech to extract beer out of bottles into a reservoir which maintains the freshness of beer and allows the bar to dispense it into sampling glasses.
Very energetic! This cocktail contains açaí, a fruit found in the Amazon.
The old fashioned gets a bit of a facelift, but have you ever had the original old fashioned made with rye whiskey and pineapple?
Behind the Drink: Gary Regan explores the Black Russian for Liquor.com
Grand Marnier Ruby Edition
Garnish your signature cocktail with a chic new accessory: pickled anything. Your breath will reek, but you’ll look hip and your taste buds will be happy. No one likes a close talker anyway.
A grand tasting of 21 bottles of tequila, most of them new brands.
Perfect Peach Daiquiri made from tree-ripened peaches.
Think Cosmopolitan, but use raspberry infused vodka to make a Razzmopolitan. Signature drink at "Ice", a bar in the Four Seasons Hotel, Dublin, Ireland.
Who doesn't love a flaming drink? SFGate shares the Gentleman Caller from Thermadore in San Francisco
Design*Sponge goes behind the bar: barbara merritt’s champagne cocktail
Made with green apple and cloves, this cocktail is “refreshing” (green apple) and “warm” (cloves) at the same time. Just like autumn.
The delicate flavors of watermelon are well rounded with the addition of tea in this refreshing cocktail.
Dr. Bamboo puts the Mai Tai under the microscope.
Thoughts of Earl pounding across the East Coast have inspired the Tidal Wave (pictured) and Tropical Sour cocktails.
Is your bar equipped with the proper tools, and do you know when to shake and when to stir?
The smooth flavor of the carambola (starfruit) can match a lot of other flavors.
Atomic Fireball Vodka! Frank Bruni talks about home infusing in The Tipsy Diaries
Porch Crawlers! A summery cocktail to get your Labor Day party started.
Ah ginger ale... Makes a comforting cocktail both in the air and on the ground. In this case, the Cloudy Sky, along with sloe gin and lime.
CaJohn's Frostbite is a hot sauce specifically made for cocktails. It's white and it's suuuper hot.
In which I overcome my resistance to stone fruit and mix a fresh sour with the season's last apricots. - When the fat lady sings!
Coconut, raspberry, and lime are the perfect flavor combination to keep cocktail fans in the Summer State of Mind.
Lemon Drop Jello Shots get wedged for a fun and sophisticated look.
George Lee's "A Date with Wine" is a wine stopper with twist-able date rings to help you remember when you opened a bottle.
The Dirty Mojito
Can't get enough watermelon? Margarita de Sandia from Coastal Living to the rescue!
Celery and cilantro cocktails.Fresh, fun and has the most amazing green color.
Make your own Italian liqueur and sample a taste of the Amalfi Coast with this Luscious Limoncello recipe.