This cocktail from Shari Sushi Lounge in Orlando, Fla. mixes gin, mint and cucumber for an extra-refreshing libation.
Each week, we encounter lots of interesting booze news—from new flavor releases to unexpectedly viral videos and products. However, not all stories make us fall off our bar stools
Like many holidays that started elsewhere, Cinco de Mayo has (for better or worse) become a big drinking holiday in the United States. Well, if you’re going to be drinking today, we want you to do it right, so we put together 5 classic and contemporary cocktails to take you from morning to night. Cinco de Mayo only happens once a year
Top a classic Whiskey Sour with red wine to get this delicious pre-Prohibition tipple.
We’ve passed into a new cocktail era, moving from the resurrection of classic drinks to the redemption of maligned ingredients.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby at the same time.
Get out your beret: Sunday is the historic French holiday Bastille Day! It’s time to play a few games of pétanque and eat a bowl of gruyère-crusted onion soup and a plate of steak frites.
Throw a classic Mojito in the blender to get this frozen tropical concoction.
Love the Tom Collins? Try its frothy, bubbly cousin.
A few years ago, we discovered that a number of top mixologists were helping to start spirits companies. That trend has only gotten larger, so we decided to explore even more bartender bottlings on store shelves now. Here are seven brands you should get to know this summer