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Whiskey
The Old Pal cocktail is characterized by its bold and complex flavor profile, with the spicy notes of rye whiskey complementing the bitter and herbal flavors of Campari and dry vermouth. It's a versatile drink that can be enjoyed as an aperitif or as a nightcap, perfect for those who appreciate the timeless allure of classic cocktails.
Vodka
The Vodka Sidecar offers a refreshing and citrusy flavor profile, with the vodka providing a clean base for the bright notes of orange and lemon. The cocktail is typically served straight up, without ice, allowing the flavors to shine through. It's a perfect choice for those who enjoy vodka-based cocktails with a hint of citrus zing. For a metaphorical cherry on top, don’t miss the “optional” sugar rim.
Vodka
The Pear & Elderflower Collins can be summed up in two words: fresh and floral. This well-rounded cocktail perfectly balances the combination of pear, elderflower, honey, lemon, and cinnamon — all in one bubbly sip. Don’t let the amount of ingredients prevent you from giving it a try. It’s easy to make, and even easier to sip.
Beer
New Holland’s signature stout features roasted malt with notes of coffee and chocolate. After a three-month stay in bourbon barrels, this rich, creamy stout carries undertones of vanilla and oak. This beer is best enjoyed on a crisp fall night seated around a bonfire or, frankly, anytime life is feeling less than a piece of cake.
Rum
Fans of rum punch will be delighted by the twist this Reggae Rum Punch brings. This pineapple-forward cocktail that balances the robust flavor profile of Jamaican rum with a smooth melody of strawberry and lime. Don’t wait for your next beach day to bust out this dreamy, tropical drink.
Gin
It’s a summertime classic, but with a twist. In our Aperol Spritz 2.0, we swapped prosecco for gin, adding just a little bite to a refreshing cocktail. I mean, can you name a more iconic duo than citrus and gin?
Rum
The Maple Old Fashioned is subtle, sweet, and just right for fall. Shifting away from a traditional Old Fashioned, this cocktail uses dark rum as its primary spirit, allowing for the flavor of the maple syrup to shine while counterbalancing the syrupy thickness. When mixing this drink, take a “less is more” approach until you reach the perfect balance.

Mezcal
Named after the Pink Floyd album, Division Bell hits all the right notes as a mezcal-forward, refreshing concoction. Full-bodied and complex, this cocktail is just as intriguing as it is orange. Grapefruit and maraschino liqueur combine to suggest a wintry, seasonal twist that isn't too sweet — it's a surprising flavor that will come in handy as we begin to enter these colder months.

Mezcal
The Arinato introduces, perhaps, a new side to mezcal. We’re all familiar with its bold taste, but this cocktail proves mezcal can be subtle and elegant. While its characteristic smokiness remains, it tastes more like a vodka. The mezcal is muted, but far from muzzled. However, if you find yourself in particularly glitzy mood, kick up the flavor by adding a little more Chartreuse and some grapefruit juice.
Bubbly
Just like gratitude, champagne (or your bubbles of choice) need not only be reserved for the holidays. When you really feel like celebrating, whether it’s the fact you got dressed today or that the sun’s shining, give Champagne Punch a try. It’s got antioxidants — so it’s basically healthy — and it has bubbly — so it’s definitely delicious. No bad vibes or scurvy in sight.
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