One of the most classic whiskey cocktails of them all: the whiskey sour! This perfectly sweet tart, balanced whiskey drink dates back to the 1870’s.
The gin fizz is tart and classy, featuring lemon, gin, simple syrup, and an egg white foam topping
This perfectly balanced cocktail stars lime juice, rum, and simple syrup. A classic daiquiri is not frozen at all: it's served straight up in a cocktail glass
The margarita! originating in the 1930's, the margarita is one of the most classic sour cocktails: drinks that feature liquor, sweetener and citrus..t
This classic cocktail was born in the 1940’s: made with vodka, ginger beer, and lime and always served up in a copper mug.
The story is that it was invented around 1918 by an army captain who drove around in a motorcycle sidecar. It’s a complex, layered drink: warm, crisp, dry, and rich all at once!
It's quick and simple, using a sugar cube, bitters, and bourbon whiskey for a truly timeless drink.
This 1920's Italian cocktail is equal parts refreshing, bitter, . Made with Campari, gin, and sweet vermouth, the flavor can be polarizing. We prefer it as the Boulevardier or the Negroni Sbagliato
The martini is one of the most iconic cocktails of all time. People have been drinking it for a century. With one sip it announces itself: crisp, cool, searing, and spirit-forward.
It's got a lot going on: vanilla, oak and caramel notes from the bourbon, sweet and spicy from the vermouth, and bitter and herby from the bitters.