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Inspired by Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray Soda, a fixture in NYC delis, this celery shrub is savory and refreshing.
Pair this sweet, slightly spicy carrot-ginger shrub with vodka or gin, or use it in salad dressing with olive oil, salt, and pepper.
Floral and fruity, with just the right amount of tang, this blueberry-lavender shrub is your new summer fave.
You can tell how much alcohol is in a beer by looking at the number on the can. But how do you know how strong a drink is when it’s made of a handful of ingredients that are stirred or shaken with ice?
This calculator below will tell you the ABV—that is, the proportion of pure alcohol a drink contains—of whatever you are sipping.
Margaritas are great and all, but here's much more to do with tequila beyond shaking it up with lime and orange liqueur.
Because no one wants a hot martini.
These are the Mexican recipes—and meals inspired by Mexican cuisine—that we keep coming back to.
These four refreshing drinks are just the beginning of what you can shake up with fresh raspberry syrup—the original summer grenadine.
This is a perfect sipper for a warm day. The boozy sour is tempered by lots of ice and brightened by tart and tender raspberry.
A compelling combination of mezcal, tequila, fresh lime, ginger beer, and raspberry syrup.
Raspberry syrup appears over and over in some of the most influential historic cocktail books.
To make this pretty pink drink, remember this mnemonic device: Very Cute Little Cocktail. That’s V for vodka, C for Cointreau, L for lime, and another C for cranberry.
Using just three ingredients—light rum, fresh lime, and simple syrup—this cocktail shows how good the classics can be.
Our best margarita recipe is refreshing, strong, and tart. The secret? Good tequila, the right orange liqueur, fresh lime juice, and finding the ideal balance.
Making delicious cocktails doesn’t have to be fussy.
Cool off with these easy-drinking summer favorites.
A classic whiskey cocktail made with bourbon and mint is even more fragrant when you flavor your simple syrup.