James E. Pepper Rye is a spice bomb!
Another excuse to use that bottle of Galliano, it's the Yellow Bird cocktail.
Simple Cocktails takes on the rum version of the 50/50 Martini: the Palmetto Cocktail.
Simple Cocktails tastes Uncle Val's Peppered Gin and pours it in a tonic.
Another old school treat, it's the Lawhill Cocktail.
From Old Mr. Boston's Bartenders Guide, it's the Jewel cocktail.
Virginia's own Catoctin Creek Roundstone Rye and the Double Standard Sour.
The Last Word is a popular craft cocktail with only 4 ingredients.
There aren't a lot of cocktails specifically for aged tequila, but this is a great one.
The Commodore Cocktail adds a unique (chocolate) twist to the bourbon cocktail.
The classic Martinez cocktail reimagined in a crystal-clear package.
A fun and classy simple cocktail for Halloween: the Black Martini.
Aperol, Prosecco and soda ~ the Aperol Spritz!
The newest horchata liqueur, Chila 'Orchata, and a recipe to make with it.
Simple Cocktails does a side-by-side tasting of black and white Romana Sambuca.
Gin and Milk, an old-timey tall cocktail
Simple Cocktails reviews the newest Spodee flavor: a tropical White!
Vodka and Chartreuse are the Green Dragon Cocktail.
Jamaican rum and gin together? It's the Kingston Cocktail.
You only need two ingredients to make a simple and refreshing Campari Soda.
A 50/50 Martini (half gin-half vermouth) is one to try - but only with high-quality vermouth.
Tanqueray's new Old Tom Gin is a perfect gin for the classic Tom Collins cocktail.
The Owl's Brew gives us a selection of teas that are crafted just for cocktails.
The Duchess Cocktail combines 2 vermouths and absinthe into a potent blend.
Nothing more than a grown up Chocolate Coke, make yourself the simple Piranha Cocktail.
A simple twist on the Martini, here's the Club Cocktail!
A tasty mixture of applejack and rum, it's the Liberty Cocktail.
A classic recipe from Savoy, the Income Tax is a tasty gin cocktail.
With only one common ingredient to it's brother the White Russian, the Russian Cocktail is a ghostly, chocolate sipper.
Here's another Pisco cocktail for those who need more recipes than just the Sour: the Don Alberto.
The Los Angeles Cocktail: an tasty old-school treat from Trader Vic's recipe book.
Simple Cocktails reviews and rates 10 popular bar spoons.
Crater Lake Rye is a good cocktail rye, and as a sipper it's sweet and a touch hot.
The Murph's Bloody Mary mix: a good, traditional Bloody Mary.
Averna is a sweet, cola-like amaro that's a good Italian bitter liqueur starter.
Flaviar gives you a subscription-based liquor tasting service.
The Harvey Wallbanger is your go-to cocktail with a bottle of Galliano.
Try an Amsterdam Sunshine with that bottle of genever.
The Vodka Swizzle is an ice-cold, refreshing cocktail.
The classic Americano is a cool soda for a warm spring day.
The pre-prohibition Journalist is crisp and dry, just like newsprint.
Austin, Texas gives us a gin called "Genius" ~ Includes a couple of helpful recipes, too.
The 1:1:1 Negroni formula is used in this recipe: the Cin-Cyn Cocktail.
Trinity Absinthe Superieure is a cool citrusy absinthe from Colorado.
The Loch Lomond is a simple, classic scotch cocktail.
The Iguana is a simple mix of equal parts tequila, vodka, and Kahlua.