The Mary Pickford is a classic, Prohibition-era cocktail. Made with a mix of rum, pineapple juice, grenadine, and maraschino liqueur, this tropical drink is very easy to make, and even easier to drink!
The Pearl Diver is a tiki cocktail made with rum, lime, orange, and a sweet, spiced “secret” ingredient. Like so many classic tiki drinks, this recipe was almost lost to history. Fortunately, tiki historian Jeff “Beachbum” Berry was able to recover the recipe for the …READ MORE
The Yellow Parrot is a forgotten classic cocktail that’s due for a comeback. This blend of equal parts absinthe, apricot liqueur, and yellow Chartreuse is potent and unusual, but somehow quite delicious! History of the cocktail The Yellow Parrot apparently first appeared in print in …READ MORE
This tangy tropical Margarita variation brings the beach vibes to the party (or your sofa). With pops of pineapple and citrus, this fun summer cocktail is as close to an island escape as you can get in 2021! Turmeric + pineapple + citrus I first …READ MORE
The Army & Navy is a classic cocktail combining gin, lemon, orgeat, and bitters. The tartness of fresh lemon juice is balanced by sweet and creamy orgeat, and Angostura bitters add depth and complexity. The Army & Navy is a great simple gin cocktail that …READ MORE
Is there any spring flavor combination more classic than strawberry and rhubarb? This bright, sweet and tart gin cocktail features a quick strawberry rhubarb syrup with fresh lemon juice and ginger liqueur or syrup. My favorite spring cocktails are made with gin, and for good …READ MORE