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Big Apple Martini

This brandy take on a martini will certainly raise a few eyebrows. Courtesy of Food & Wine, this Big Apple Martini is sure to add some festive cheer to your holiday! Print Recipe Big Apple Martini Spruce up your Thanksgiving

If you’re looking for a lovely scotch cocktail with a bit of a seasonal twist, then you should try this delicious Cinnamon Sin Cocktail, courtesy of Vinepair. Let us know how it went in the comments below! Print Recipe The

This scotch cocktail is an oldie but a goodie! If you’re a fan of a bit of fizz and freshness, you’ll love the Mamie Taylor cocktail courtesy of LA Mag, and thought up by mixologist Marcos Tello of 1886! You’ll be

Named after the great Scottish poet Robert Burns, this Bobby Burns recipe is the perfect scotch cocktail to rustle up! Courtesy of LA Weekly, sip this cocktail with a dash of poetry on the side. Print Recipe Bobby Burns Cocktail

Glasgow Mule

If you’re looking for scotch cocktail to try, why not try out this hot take on a Moscow Mule courtesy of Sippity Sup! Vodka is swapped out for scotch and the addition of elder-flower liqueur spruces everything up! Print Recipe

This scotch cocktail gets its name from Craigellachie, a robust single-malt whisky from Scotland’s Speyside region that was thought up by Adam Hodak, bartender/partner, Green Russell and is definitely one that you’ll want to try! Print Recipe Spey Awhile Cocktail This

This delicious hot cocktail was developed by bartender Josh Relkin and is the perfect drink to whip up after a meal! This bitter coffee cocktail uses apple brandy and rye, and will definitely warm you up on a cold monsoon night!

If you’re looking for a fun twist on the Classic Champagne Cocktail, then you’ll definitely want to try this recipe from Liquor.com. Honestly, what could be better than champagne combined with apple brandy and orange liqueur! Print Recipe Forbidden Apple

Although the wait may not yet be over for Game of Thrones fans, you can try this Lady Stoneheart cocktail courtesy of Saveur to tide you over till then! Print Recipe Lady Stoneheart Cocktail Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate

If you’re looking for a cocktail that truly acts as a foil for your champagne/prosecco then this classic should be a good match for you! Courtesy of Delish, this Classic Champagne cocktail is one that every amateur bartender should have

It’s Thursday (so, basically the fourth Monday of the week) which means that we’re now closer to the weekend then we are further from it (yay). If you’re looking for an easy to make nightcap that will push you to

Japanese Cocktail

Don’t let the name fool you, because this cocktail is made primarily with French ingredients. This cognac-based cocktail with its nutty profile was included in Jerry Thomas’ Bar-Tender’s Guide in 1862. Print Recipe Japanese Cocktail A classy cognac cocktail for any dinner

This cocktail was originally conceived as a sweeter version of a dry martini. This delicious gin cocktail, courtesy of Town & Country, is sure to get on your favorites list! Print Recipe Martinez: Dry Martini With A Twist A sweeter

The Sazerac is possibly the classiest cognac cocktail there is and you can learn how to make it courtesy of Forbes!

If you’re looking for a quick vodka cocktail to whip up then look no further than the Gypsy Queen, it’s easy to make and only uses a few ingredients. Print Recipe Gypsy Queen: Vodka & Benedictine Votes: 1 Rating: 4

The Manhattan is a classic cocktail believed to date back to the late 1800s. It’s made with a bracing mixture of bourbon or rye whiskey mixed with sweet vermouth and a dash of Angostura bitters.

A champagne cocktail is an alcoholic drink made with sugar, Angostura bitters, Champagne, brandy and a lemon twist as a garnish. It is one of the IBA Official Cocktails.

This magnificent gin cocktail basically requires only two ingredients so you can be sure that both are winners! Print Recipe Pink Gin: Gin & Bitters Votes: 1 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Course Drinks Prep Time 3 minutes Servings

This gin sour cocktail is easy to make, and its origin is credited to the Pegu Club in Burma. The revival of classic cocktails means that the gin-based Pegu Club is back in favor. Recipe courtesy of The Spruce. Print

This classic brandy cocktail may be a little complex if you just look at the ingredients but Imbibe has broken it down pretty well so we beginners can try it out too. Print Recipe Chicago Cocktail: Cognac, Cointreau & Bitters