With ‘Spectre’ eying us and the weekend upon us, we need to dig in and find out just what Bond, the real Bond, suggests we pour into our glasses this weekend.
Not only did I swing a new cocktail recipe in Charleston, my wife, man friends, and I enjoyed some superb drinking and eating.
A group of friends and I conducted a mini-tournament to decide which style of Manhattan cocktail deserves to be known as the champion.
In the new book, ‘Party Like a President,’ Brian Abrams details the seamy side of the presidency—which includes lots of booze and women. And it ain’t just JFK.
Despite its perky pinkness, even men and Valentine’s haters will appreciate The Cherub’s Cup cocktail.
The Old Fashioned is a classic cocktail that will start your year out right. Heed these warnings about how not to screw it up.
Becherovka won’t just put hair on your chest, it will sprout a luxurious Eastern European mustache on your upper lip.
Next stop on the European drink tour: Vienna. For schnapps, of course
Since we were on the subject of my wife’s remarkable patience with me, this cocktail seemed appropriate.
The Vonier is a fine cocktail to toast the end of a long day’s labor.
The cocktail of leisure is Bourbon Mint Tea.
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The margarita is sometimes unfairly maligned as a “lady-drink,” by simpletons.
This is another of those older, forgotten cocktails that has benefited from the focus in recent years on resurrecting classic drinks.
The first sip was heavenly. Smooth, yet crisp, it was uncommonly refreshing.
The Blood & Sand is a unique and enjoyable scotch cocktail, named for a 1922 movie about bullfighting and how women ruin it
On Derby weekend, for the benefit of horse-racing aficionados everywhere, allow me to present the three most important drinks in racing.
La Paloma’s slightly bitter, sparkling flavor is perfect for days when the heat and humidity are at their highest.
If you don’t like the taste of liquor then this weekend cocktail isn’t really for you.
When giving a toast, err on the side of a lighter, less hard-hitting cocktail.
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