This rum punch will please both cocktail newbies and seasoned sippers. Watermelon adds a fresh fruity flavor, while rum contributes a touch of vanilla (and depending on which rum you pick, a little funky richness). Tonic water helps each sip conclude on a mouthwateringly crisp and just slightly bitter note.
Made with sweet, ripe tangerines, mandarins, or clementines, this cocktail pops with enough juicy orange flavor to bring you out of any cold-weather doldrums. A pinch of ground turmeric gives the cocktail a delicate savory character.
This is one of my favorite cocktails to enjoy all summer long. It’s refreshing and couldn’t be easier to make.
Chumley’s mixologist looked to cocktail history and added a dash of whimsy when naming her drinks. Think old times and bootlegging meets Mad Men. In his 1917 film, The Adventurer, Charlie Chaplin makes himself a strong cocktail: he sprays soda water into a bottle of whiskey and drinks it, only to spill it later.
The Algonquin’s Blue Bar would be remiss if it didn’t serve a cocktail named after Dottie. The Blue Bar takes its name from its blue lighting, a recommendation by actor John Barrymore.