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Black & Stormy

Even though we’re Sunshine State natives, we get our fair share of dark clouds and stormy days. Why not have our fair share of Black & Stormy cocktails too? Easy to combine and easier ... more

Blood Orange Salty Dog

While gin is historically used in the traditional Salty Dog, this twist on a classic brings blood orange infused vodka and grapefruit together for an aromatic, citrus-heavy, refreshing rendition... more


The Caipirinha is the official drink of Brazil! Naturally, this vibrant cocktail is made with the country’s most commonly distilled spirit: Cachaça, a liquor made with sugarcane. Th... more

Fountain of Youth

This smooth cocktail combines the classic flavors of mint, lemon and St-Germain with a spritz of Prosecco. Easy to drink and fun to make, the Fountain of Youth will have you reminiscing about th... more

Frangelico Mojito

The Mojito like you’ve never seen it before! A touch of darker flavors like brown sugar and hazelnut takes this island-style, usually rum-based cocktail to a whole new level. Cons... more

Gin Fizz

The earliest known fizz-style cocktail, the Gin Fizz is a classic imbibe that, when correctly made, showcases the flavors of any gin you choose as your base. With a bit of citrus and a touch of ... more

Kentucky Summer

Strawberry complemented by basil, rhubarb bitters mixed with simple syrup—it sounds like a piece of homemade cobbler. But add quality bourbon, lemon juice and ginger beer, and you’re... more

Maker's Mark Collins

This twist on the classic Tom Collins swaps gin for bourbon for a deeply flavorful sipper. With a traditional garnish and spritz of club soda, the Maker's Mark Collins is still refreshing, t... more

Manhattan - Prohibition Era

This simple, classic cocktail is easy to remember: 2 dashes bitters, 1 ounce vermouth, 2 ounces rye whiskey, or 2-1-2, the area code of Manhattan. Served straight up with a cherry in the bottom ... more

Old Fashioned

The flavors in an Old Fashioned are anything but. With citrus, sugar and a dash of bitters for contrast, this classic whiskey cocktail is so good, the glass is named after it. It’s a stron... more

Reyka Mule with Earl Grey tea

A classic Mule includes a nice dose of fresh citrus. In this version, you'll use lime, and pair it with the citrusy bergamot flavor of Earl Grey tea (bergamot is a type of orange) for a soph... more

Rosemary Gimlet

A simplistic cocktail, the Gimlet dates back to the late 1800s when sailors would sip gin and lime juice to combat scurvy. Today, the Gimlet serves as a go-to for cocktail lovers worldwide. With... more

Sailor Jerry Pineapple Daiquiri

This refreshing tropical standard is closely related to the grog assigned to British sailors from the 1740s on. Our version starts with muddled fresh pineapple and rich, spicy Sailor Jerry rum f... more

Sicilian Margarita

Blood orange liqueur brings a richer note to this take on the Margarita, while fresh grapefruit juice provides sophistication. Mix up a pitcher for a party, or make yourself a cool glass to sip ... more

Stirred Martini

Is there any drink more iconic than the Martini? It carries all the illicit thrill of a speakeasy, all the glamour of a 1940's Hollywood spectacular. This version takes you to the classic or... more

Tullamore Dew Irish Coffee

Nothing soothes the soul on a cold, damp day like a warming Irish Coffee. The trick to this layered drink is whipping the cream so that it floats lightly on top for a beautiful presentation. To ... more