More than just a novelty drink imbibed at Christmas parties and on St. Patrick’s Day, the Grasshopper cocktail is a sweet pre-prohibition classic with a history rooted in New Orleans. And, yes, it’s green. Very green.
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One of the most popular cocktails across America, the Moscow Mule is having a moment more than 80 years after it was invented. Discover the drink’s storied history and learn how to craft the classic vodka cocktail at home in just three minutes.
Popular with both horse racing enthusiasts and cocktail connoisseurs, the classic Mint Julep is inexorably tied to Kentucky’s annual derby. Read on to find out why you’ll love this bourbon smash cocktail even if you don’t fit into either category. Then follow our classic Mint Julep recipe to craft the tasty drink at home.
You probably aren’t familiar with the Martinez unless you’re either a cocktail connoisseur or a history buff. But once you try this classic gin drink, you’ll surely be a fan. Read on for the full story and then follow our easy Martinez cocktail recipe and craft one at home in just five minutes.
Also known as a Hemingway Daiquiri, the Papa Doble takes the simple Daiquiri to a new level with two simple additions. Read on to discover how Ernest Hemingway got his name on the drink and learn how to make a Papa Doble at home.