The Bijou is a jewel, living up to its French name as a beautiful, delicious gem. Here’s how to make the original and the modern versions.
The Paper Plane is a metaphor for the conundrum about immigration and opportunity for all of us. By the way, it tastes good too!
Begin with Be My Valentine, a liquid love note sure to please your sweetheart. Finish with an intimate dinner for two. Here’s the playbook.
The Zen beauty of a Japanese Sour belies the effort and science used in its creation. The hard work is done. Now it’s yours to enjoy!
It’s Better Than Catnip because the herbaceous cucumber, lime, honey and jalapeno cross that addictive threshold of sweet and spicy.
This cocktail is named Purple People Pleaser for a reason. It’s your ticket to the fun and camaraderie of our dry January cocktail rituals.
Bugs works hard to stay a step ahead of Elmer Fudd. When it’s cocktail hour he orders a Bugs Treat for he and Lola, hoping to get lucky!
You may call the Virgin Man a groundbreaking cocktail. It’s the non-alcoholic, delicious and satisfying version of the famous Manhattan!
The French 75 is as powerful as the 75mm howitzers used to defend the Maginot Line. Keep that in mind when you decide to order another.
Santa Claus and Pirates all love Hot Buttered Rum for the holidays. Did Santa “borrow” his Ho-Ho-Ho tagline from them? He might owe royalties.