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Gin
It’s a ubiquitous classic. From smoky bars to soirées to James Bond — the dry martini is as respected as time itself. With this drink in hand, you may brood, you may laugh, you may cry — but one thing is for certain: you will be respected. Gin, just like its drinker, is complex, and with a dry martini that has but only a splash of vermouth, gin is the ingredient that shines. Just like its drinker in a dimly lit room.
Bubbly
Light. Bubbly. Refreshing. Three things combined in one cocktail to keep you cool — body and mind — despite the humidity. Though profoundly refreshing, the Hugo Spritz could hardly be simpler.

It begins with ice, limes, and mint; soon to be joined by St. Germain — an elderflower liqueur — and prosecco, one who needs no introduction. Finished with a splash of soda water and a sprig of mint, the Hugo Spritz is honest, tasty, and quite frankly, one of the best decisions you can make on a hot summer day.
Bubbly
It’s one thing to order a six-part, seven-step drink at a bar — but at home? Sometimes you just need to keep it simple, silly. Like real simple. Our Ruby Red Mimosas call for three ingredients: two of which are mandatory. All you need is grapefruit juice, some bubbly, and sliced limes — if you're feeling ambitious.

These mimosas are tasty, tarty, and healthy (probably).
Mocktail
Sometimes we all need a good cry, but adding more fuel to the fire isn’t the wisest decision. So we crafted an Orange Blossom Highball mocktail, full of bubbles to uplift your spirit. Like a situation surrounding the need to cry, the honey syrup is complex, but it’s not too sweet. Take it with you in the shower, or let it all pour out with some friends on the couch. Either way the result is cool, refreshing relief.
Mocktail
Energy. This thing is pure energy. The honey will have you buzzing like a bee, and the spinach will give you inexplicably large forearms. And to finish, the sweet mangos and tangy pineapple juice make this smoothie as delicious as it is replenishing. If that’s not enough, introduce an extra kick with gin or mezcal. Then you’ll really be buzzing.
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.
Whiskey
It’s the holidays, and we say let’s keep things simple. The Paper Plane cocktail, with all ingredients equal parts, does not sacrifice taste for easiness. Your guests don’t even need to know the exact recipe. Tell them you made it up yourself, it’s your party. They’ll be too distracted by the ballet of sweetness, tart, and bitterness on their palate, anyways.
Liqueur
It’s above freezing somewhere, right? Like on the Spanish island of Ibiza, the namesake of this tropical cocktail. Channel your powers of imagination when enjoying this one because it’s important that you drink it cold. The sweet yet complex flavor of Licor 43 pairs well with the familiar tart of pineapple. Now crank the thermostat to 80 degrees and throw on a bikini — mama needs a drink on the beach.
Whiskey
The Scofflaw is a classic bourbon cocktail that might surprise you. Its taste can only be described as that of those little strawberry candies that Grandma used to keep in a glass dish. Unlike those obscure sweets (because we’re still not sure where you can even buy them), this drink is well within reach for your next cocktail party. In fact, we’re going to tell you exactly how to make it.
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