The classic Gin and Tonic recipe gets a Spanish makeover with rosemary, thyme, and mint. Plus, add citrus and rinds in a big balloon glass as well. Festive!
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.
This is Mark Raymond’s spin on a classic Aviation. It features the ever-mysterious Green Chartreuse and Luxardo, which is Maraschino liqueur—made from sour Marasca cherries. Could you use a little more party? Listen to the Faith Middleton Food Schmooze® Martini Competition preview show.
The Negroni is a classic cocktail. If you want to put a whimsical twist on a classic, Anthony DeSerio is your guy. Or, your bartender, if you’re lucky. For this week’s easy cocktail, Anthony mixes up a Negroni suspended in strawberry-rhubarb Jell-O shots set in orange peels. We’re calling it the Don Corleone Negroni, not […]
Anthony uses Connecticut’s own “No Limits” unfiltered wheat beer from Two Roads Brewing Company for this beer cocktail, which Faith describes as “spike-y.” It’s named after the Autobahn, a famous German highway where no speed limits are observed.