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Art of Choke

Bartender Kyle Davidson created this bitter and fresh Cynar cocktail in 2008 at The Violet Hour.

Naked and Famous

This equal parts mezcal drink is beloved by everyone who tastes it.

Jasmine

The Jasmine is one of the earliest entries in the modern classic cocktail canon, coming just a couple of years after the creation of the cosmopolitan.

Marguerite Cassis

Crème de cassis Chantilly takes the place of classic buttercream in this marguerite cake recipe.

Jungle Bird

The Jungle Bird is one of the few tiki drinks to feature amaro—in this case, Campari.

Cosmopolitan Cocktail

To make this pretty pink drink, remember this mnemonic device: Very Cute Little Cocktail. That’s V for vodka, C for Cointreau, L for lime, and another C for cranberry.

The Classic Margarita

Our best margarita recipe is refreshing, strong, and tart. The secret? Good tequila, the right orange liqueur, fresh lime juice, and finding the ideal balance.

Campari Is the Secret Ingredient in Your New Favorite Salad Dressing

It’s not just for any cocktails anymore—Campari gives your salad (or roasted vegetables) a bittersweet, citrusy punch.

Cynar-Berry Spritz

Bold cranberry mingles with bittersweet Cynar in this bitter and bubbly variation on the spritz cocktail.

Apercot Spritz

Delicately apricotty, this easy spritz can be made with or without Aperol. 

Coffee Americano

Enjoy this coffee cocktail as a pick-me-up, a low-alcohol refresher, or on either end of a big meal.

Negroni

The classic negroni is an anytime cocktail. With equal parts gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth, the Italian aperitivo is bittersweet, herbal, and a cinch to mix.

Mai Tai

This mai tai cocktail recipe stars two types of rum, with orange juice, lime juice, orgeat, and Cointreau for a fruity but balanced take on the original.

Trident

The Trident cocktail is a riff on a negroni that uses Spain’s sherry, Italy’s Cynar, and Scandinavia’s aquavit.

Americano

The Americano cocktail is a classic Italian drink that dates back to Milan’s Caffè Camparino in the 1860s, where it was known as the Milano-Torino.

The Best Hot Cocoa Is Chartreuse Hot Cocoa

How an herbal liqueur from the Alps transformed my hot chocolate routine.

Caramel Candies

These caramel candies are a joy to make and give to loved ones. Make the original, then try your hand at orange caramels, espresso caramels, and salted caramels.