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This classic combo should be credited with starting the whole spritz phenomenon in the United States. RECIPE Makes 1 Thread olives onto a swizzle stick. Pour Aperol and Prosecco into a rocks glass filled with...

Gin and Champagne make a bubbly wonderful duo, which is why this classic cocktail is always a good idea. RECIPE  Makes 1 Combine gin, lemon juice, and simple syrup in a cocktail shaker. Fill shaker...

It just may be the perfect cocktail—especially when you can make it (and serve it) in bulk.  RECIPE Makes 4 Combine bourbon, vermouth, and Angostura bitters in a mixing glass. Divide cocktail among 4 ice-filled...

Aside from banana, we can’t think of a fruit that wouldn’t be good in this drink. RECIPE  Makes 8 Gin Base Combine gin, lemon juice, and sugar in a pitcher or large measuring glass and...

They use a pour over coffee method, pouring the whiskey and water over the coffee right at the bar. RECIPE  Makes1 Place sugar cube in an Irish coffee mug. Add coffee and whiskey and stir...

We will avoid all Sex and the City references here, but the fact remains: This cocktail is classic for a reason. RECIPE Makes 1 Combine vodka, cranberry juice, lime juice, and triple sec in a...

Be sure to thoroughly muddle the 2 mint sprigs with the simple syrup before shaking.  RECIPE Makes 1 Muddle simple syrup and 2 mint sprigs in a cocktail shaker. Add rum and lime juice. Fill...

RECIPE  Makes 4 In each of 4 short glasses, place 8 mint leaves and 1 teaspoon powdered sugar. Muddle, crushing mint to release oils. Add 1/2 cup (generous) crushed ice to each glass, then 1/4...