I'm talking about a real whiskey sour here made with egg whites and fresh lemon juice. Not that trash from a packet.
The Sidecar is a classic drink made with cognac, orange liqueur, and lemon juice.
A delicious way to class up a traditional whiskey sour.
Simple and refreshing. Mount Gay Eclipse rum, lime juice, and tonic.
The Mayan Mule is a variation on the Moscow Mule. Instead of the flavorless vodka, we use Reposado tequila, which has a nice balanced flavor of agave and wood.
Whereas a traditional gimlet includes gin, lime juice, and simple syrup, a French gimlet swaps the simple syrup for St-Germain, the sweet and syrupy elderflower liquor.
A classic New Orleans cocktail made with gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and champagne.
A great way to put the flavor of cassis on display.
A variation on the classic Sidecar made with Calvados, a French apple brandy, as well as Cointreau and lemon juice.
This is the quintessential summer drink. We start drinking these as soon as Memorial Day rolls around. Pimm's No 1. Cup, Cointreau, lime juice, cucumber, mint, and ginger ale.
A deliciously dry pre-dinner aperitivo for when it is too hot to contemplate eating. Bourbon, Amaro Nonino, Aperol, and lemon juice.