Some cocktails are perfect for when you're sweating it out in the sun; this Kentucky Buck recipe is one such drink.
Well the New York Sour is a classic cocktail we love, but we think we might like this riff on it from Travis Cosgrove and James Irvine of Swillhouse (the group behind the 2017 Bar of the Year, The Baxter Inn) even more.
You guys like your tequila, right? We do too, and we love tequila in cocktails. Below, we've got three classic blanco tequilas, and we've also got five tequila cocktail recipes that caught our attention.
There’s just three ingredients in the classic Piña Colada recipe, but it’s not as easy as all that — then again, neither is it difficult. So why has the drink copped so much scorn in the past?
At the end of the day, the Daiquiri is a three ingredient drink. Surely it takes more skill to balance a drink with more ingredients? How about a tiki drink like this Scorpion Bowl, which brings together dark rum, cognac, and gin?
First you take a pineapple, then you juice it — pineapple paper awaits. When Tom Egerton posted on social media his efforts to make a delicious, edible, pineapple paper from the leftovers of freshly juiced pineapples, we hassled him for his recipe.
David Robinson won over judges with his cocktail, ‘The Last Frontier' which had citrus and spice notes, inspired by his hown town of Darwin with a South East Asian twist. Get the winning recipe here.
Pineapple and rum. It goes together like warm weather and tiki drinks, and it forms the backbone of this Golden Wave cocktail recipe.
We're taking a look at four killer tiki cocktail recipes — there's Trader Vic's Mai Tai and Samoan Fog Cutter, as well as the Good Ship Aperitiki from Sydney's Burrow Bar, and the Pandan Painkiller below all the way from Chicago tiki bar Three Dots & A Dash.