The Collins—a gin sour lengthened with cold soda water—is summer’s own liquid tuning fork, preternaturally refreshing and infinitely repeatable.
New York bartender Sam Ross created the delicious Penicillin cocktail in 2005. Now, much like its medicinal namesake, it’s everywhere.
Forget the fruity pewter bowl. This drink is more of a punch to the noggin.
7 Stellar Tequila Cocktails to Drink This Summer, From a Snappy Margarita to the Refreshing El Diablo
These tequila drinks will make you fall in love with Mexico’s most famous spirit—either for the first time, or all over again.
How to Make an Earl Grey Marteani, the Delicious Cocktail That Blends Tea-Infused Gin and Egg Whites
Audrey Saunders created the tea-infused gin drink for her legendary NYC bar, Pegu Club, in the early aughts. It’s just as delicious today.
Nevermind the name. This summer-ready cocktail is both delicious and accessible enough share with grandma.
She survived the iceberg and then went on to make a cocktail classic.
The key is making your own peanut butter bourbon.
The combination of pisco, St Germain and citrus is delightful.
A drink where Irish whiskey’s mild nature is a feature, not a bug.