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Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and if you’re looking to impress (like Monica Geller) at your Thanksgiving feast, then you might want to try this Bacchanalian cocktail courtesy of Food & Wine! If you’ve got any leftover bottles of

Champagne Bowler

Summer is here and fresh strawberries are in season! Nothing makes a party quite like a champagne cocktail and this one is a banger! Courtesy of The Spruce Eats, this cocktail combines muddled berries, cognac, white wine and your favorite

Barbotage Cocktail

Monday is finally over (or almost over if your boss works you like a pack mule) and what better way to relax than with a nice glass of champagne? If you’d like a tad bit more of a kick, then

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

Just one sip of glassful Golden Grape and you cannot resist you anymore from having this awesome liquor into your stomach. Get indulged with the most finely made brandy from selected grapes and aged properly in Golden Grapes Brandy.

This simple brandy cocktail only has two ingredients and doubles as a great dessert cocktail. Print Recipe Stinger: Cognac & White Creme de Menthe Votes: 1 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Course Drinks Prep Time 3 minutes Servings MetricUS

This classic cocktail is as decadent as it gets. Aged brandy combines with the luxury of Creme De Cacao – certainly a match made in heaven. Print Recipe Brandy Alexander: Cognac and Creme De Cacao Votes: 1 Rating: 4 You:

This brandy cocktail is a New Orleans classic. While it may be a tad complex, The Spruce recommends that you stick to their original recipe for best results. Print Recipe Vieux Carre: Cognac and Rye Whiskey Votes: 1 Rating: 4

If you’re looking for a brandy cocktail with a citrus kick, then look no further than the Harvard. According to the recipe by Christopher Buecheler, “The lemon here plays as a nice accent, bringing out the flavors of the other ingredients.


The Sazerac is possibly the classiest cognac cocktail there is and you can learn how to make it courtesy of Forbes! Print Recipe Sazerac Votes: 1 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Course Drinks Prep Time 5 minutes Servings MetricUS

Nutella fans you are absolutely going to love this drink! It’s basically like a delicious milkshake with alcohol. Try out this Bartender’s Breakfast recipe, courtesy of Town & Country and we promise you’ll find that making your morning drink Irish

The Harvest

If you’re a cinnamon lover then you will really enjoy this cocktail! The Harvest combines cinnamon syrup, apple butter and cognac for a sweet and smooth delight that will keep you buzzed all night! Print Recipe The Harvest Votes: 1

This grape cocktail is the perfect drink for a rainy afternoon. The cognac and wine warm up your soul while the soda ensures that it doesn’t get too heavy. Simple and easy to make, the Royal Crest Cocktail is the

The Cocktail Classics are going to be a new series that takes us back to the basics. We’ll be showing you all the greats of the cocktail world that have become mainstays in the world of mixology. To start us

In one scene of Bonfire of Vanities, staring Bruce Willis, Arthur orders a Sidecar, seemingly tempting fate. Make your own with this recipe.

If you’re familiar with The Princess Diaries series (the books, not the movies), you’ll be very aware that Mia’s grandmother AKA grandmere has some bizarre quirks. She has tattooed on eyeliner, she’s never seen without her pet dog, Rommel and

Print Recipe WILD HARE À LA ROYALE LEGEND HAS IT that lièvre à la royale, a gut-warmer fall dish, was first invented for Louis XIV, who loved the gamy beast but had no teeth left, thus requiring that the meat

Print Recipe CAILLE AUX RAISINS CHANTERELLES, SAUTERNES JUS CAILLE AUX RAISINS, a classic French combination, has been served for centuries, maybe because during the grape harvest, plump quails often gorge on the sweet globes. There are many ways to present