Bitter Campari, yet accessible sour. Introduce someone to potable bitters with success!
Chasing the green fairy at Leopold Bros. in Denver Colorado
Nippon Asahi: a cocktail made from white table grapes, green tea, sake and mint.
Amaretto hot chocolate from CHOW sounds like it would hit the spot right about now ...
Here`s two exotic drinks that tastes almost the same...check out the QB Cooler and the Trader Vic Mai Tai.
The Dutch Cosmo will knock you off your Louboutins.
A look at two classic cocktails that call for raspberry syrup -- the Blinker and the Knickerbocker, in the Washington Post.
SLOSHED! features the Final Ward, a delicious rye-and-lemon variation on the Last Word, from Phil Ward of Death & Co.
Take the bark out of winter with a Salty Dog.
If you want to celebrate Burn's night in Asia, here is the perfect place - a members-only whisky bar in Hong Kong run by a Japanese bartender.
Farm-bottled organic Cherry Wine from Grant Family Farms. Luscious in color and taste.
Trader Vic's Amsterdam Cocktail -- a copious amount of bitters brings harmony to genever and orange juice.
WineBotas, leather wineskins come in straight and curved forms, as well as a variety of patterns and colors.
A Look Inside Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey
With a mixture of cinnamon, cayenne, cloves, ginger, lemon and honey, this INTENSI-toddy will kick any cold in the face!
The next time you're in Victoria, BC, visit Clive’s for a crazy cocktail - the Cold Night, which is basically a grilled cheese and tomato soup martini! Click through for the recipe.
The Cocktail Revival. Photographs by Dylan James Ho. A photographic essay of some of America's most talented bartenders.
Chai Rum Toddy. We’re a little obsessed with tea toddies for the complex layering of flavors that occurs when tea and spirits mingle.
Two special Manhattan variations - Manhattan Special with Campari and Esquire Manhattan with Fernet - one of the best way to improve Manhattan's expirience.
Original Budvarka Beerhouse is dedicated to those customers who appreciate traditional and modern beerhouses at the same time.
A shake made of Guinness = Milk Chocolate ice cream, drizzled with Fudge Ripple sauce.
Unripe mango and rum make for an exotic cocktail
The Brazilian is a tropical drink that's one part healthy smoothie, one part fizzy spa cocktail, and all parts equatorial.
Rum Connection reviews a delightful Demerara: El Dorado Vintage 25 Year Old.
Is the Turf Cocktail the drink that really should be called The Manhattan?
Honey, pimento dram and Pernod gives this drink its third dimension with spiciness also from the bitters. Try out the Montego Bay with Coruba Rum!
Minus 5º Ice Bar in Las Vegas and Icy Treat.
Hibiscus Margaritas - a twist on the classic with hibiscus agua fresca that adds some tartness as well as a splash of bright color.
Roll out the barrel for Root Beer Barrel Jelly Shots, made with vodka, root beer, gelatin and a little Sambuca!
Blood Orange Caipirinhas - A sweet tropical drink with muddled lime, blood orange and Brazilian rum.
Low-alcohol cocktails made with vermouth and liqueurs, surprisingly refreshing.
Moet & Chandon introduces a 'Tagging' bottle of champagne, including a Moet paint pen to help your creation along.
Daily Candy has a fun collection of beer cocktail recipes, including Goat Town's Stout & Stormy
The Gulet Bruleé features house infused pecan bourbon, sweet potato purée, Grand Marnier foam & Angostura flame bruleé.
Vintage Roll N' Pour Jigger, beautiful typoography and packaging on vintage Macallan bottles, dinner in a gorgeous wine cellar, and scattered Watson photographs... inspiration overload - see details!
The Nikki Heat, a delicious spicy new cocktail with an interesting story for a name.
Over at The Kitchn: 3 great reasons you should always choose small cocktail glasses.
Dr. Bamboo ponders the provenance of Pirate's Punch.
Jacob Grier's Amsterdam Hot Chocolate is a delicious way to keep warm this winter.
Enjoy the nectar of the gods....a Lemoncello Sunrise
'Glasgow Tonic', or 'Uncle Wilson's Hot Toddy' is straight from Scotland and sure to cure what ails you (even if you aren't ailing!).
The incredibly simple but classic daiquiri was born in Havana Cuba at the La Florida. It was a favorite of Ernest Hemingway while writing "For Whom the Bell Tolls" in 1940.
A refreshing punch with applejack and gin, lime and orange from Michael Neff of Ward 3 in New York
Woodinville Whiskey Co's Headlong White Dog early release whiskey - not yet barrel-aged, yet still flavorful!
Cranberry White Wine Spritzer--bubbly, fizzy, and tart.
Mixed Reviews: 20 Classic Men’s Movies Liquerated. Enjoy responsibly! From EveryGuyed, in association with Suitored and Moxy Creative House.