The Martini is the single most iconic cocktail of all time. The sleek, triangular cocktail glass and its three skewered green olives are instantly recognizable the world over. How did this simple, three ingredient gin cocktail become so famous? Let’s dive into the story of the classic gin Martini and the many cocktails it inspired.
The Gin and Tonic is a quintessential summer cocktail. At its simplest, this classic drink requires just two components. But choose high quality ingredients and finish with some thoughtful garnishing and you can make this simple gin cocktail truly extraordinary. Often regarded as just a warm weather drink, with a few tweaks, this refreshing G&T transitions easily to fall and winter happy hours.
This tropical twist on the Campari Soda is a fun way to add flavor while softening the bitterness of the liqueur. An easy infusion is the key to adding pineapple flavor without the added sweetness of a syrup, or the tartness of fresh pineapple juice.
This brilliant blue cocktail features rum, peach, a splash of blue curacao, and bubbly Mio Sparkling Sake. Embrace the peak of summer (or transport yourself there during the colder months) with this refreshing, effervescent sipper.