When times are tough, as sometimes they are, you need a drink to match
When things are going a certain way, don’t you want something—anything, really—that’s better than expected? Well, here you go!
This one contains 5 cups of bourbon and 5 cups of Calvados.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned, it’s that you should listen to doctors.
It’s a little riff, but a lovely one.
Sometimes you want a Negroni, but sometimes you need some bourbon. That’s why the Boulevardier exists.
This thing is so damn elegant you’ll feel like you’re floating over the world. Especially after you’ve had three of them.
Raise a glass to Springfield’s favorite centenarian billionaire. Excellent!
From chef José Andrés, a gin-and-tonic that lets you raid your garden for herbs, flowers, and citrus.
Two cups of tequila? Two bottles of Prosecco? It’s like Thanksgiving in a bowl, minus the bitter arguments with relatives!
Just a beautiful, creative cocktail that is much stronger than you’d anticipate.
We love small cocktails like this one, primarily so we can drink more of them.
This one flips around the whiskey-vermouth ratio. Good for when you’re making Manhattans and the whiskey bottle is getting low but you still have plenty of vermouth.
The very definition of bracing.
Any cocktail invented to help get people through weddings has earned its place on this list.
When you’re feeling dirty anyway, there’s only one thing to drink. Bonus: This recipes makes six cocktails.
This one flips around the gin-vermouth ratio. Good for when you’re making Martinis and the gin bottle is getting low but you still have plenty of vermouth.
The lime-foam cap on this wonderful margarita stays perky for half an hour, which is kinda nice, don’t you think?
When the 13,000-pound wrath of planet Earth’s largest land mammal courses through your veins, threatening to destroy any and all who come near—hey, there’s a cocktail for that!