The classic. Whiskey, Fruit, Sugar, and Bitters. Strong, sweet, and refreshing to sip. This drink will bring you right to a prohibition era speakeasy.
2-1-2, the area code of the city that never sleeps. 2 Oz Whiskey, 1 Oz Sweet Vermouth, and 2 dashes of bitters.
For me, much like the actual city, The Manhattan is too covered up for my tastes. I like my drinks a little drier than that. If you’re like me, give this a try.
If you’re into bitter drinks and enjoy whiskey, this is your cocktail. Refreshing, sweet, and bitter describe the characteristics of this cocktail.
Warning; containing raw egg, to create a foam on top, this cocktail is tart and sweet in the best ways. A highly recommended and fun to make drink.
This drink is a Moscow Mule, with an American twist.
A warm drink with ginger syrup and lemon juice.
Whiskey, grapefruit with a touch of honey. Named for the hat shaped LA diner.
An herbaly whiskey cocktail that's as delicious as it is simple.
A tart, remarkably easy-drinking cocktail that remains one of the most refreshing ways to mix and drink whiskey.
The classic. Sweet, sour, hits you in the head with a baseball bat. On the rocks or frozen.
Black Raspberry Margarita
Same as the classic margarita, but with the addition of sweet black raspberry, adding a touch of refinement to this bold drink.
Ginger ale, tequila, lime juice and cassis, this fruity, sweet, fizzy delight does not live up to its devilish name. Order strong or light.
Like a margarita soda.
Just vodka with a hint of dry vermouth. If you’re a vodka person who doesn’t want to mess around, here’s a cocktail for you.
Two parts vodka, one part coffee liqueur. It takes a good vodka drink to survive a Moscow winter, and the classic Black Russian cocktail definitely makes the cut.
The same as above, but the addition of heavy cream gives this drink a dessert-like richness.
One of my favorite relaxed Vodka Drinks. Fizzy and with tons of lime and ginger flavor. Served cold as ice.
A classic Cosmopolitan, cranberry, lime juice, vodka and Cointreau.
Watered down fizzy vodka, for a refreshing sipper.
Apple flavors, with a vodka kick, and a bright blue gradient.
Gold in a glass. One of the most amazing beverages blessed to man.
How to ruin your night in a glass.
Sometimes, classic shots can also be cocktails. Lemon, and vodka. What more could you want?
Once described as getting slapped in the face with a wet pine branch, the splash of dry vermouth only adds to the gin flavor.
A gorgeous drink coming in slightly purple. This drink lets the Gin shine through with compliments from the lemon juice, and a touch of sweetness.
Aviation De Cassis
My spin on The Aviation. With additional sweetness, and the tartness gets balanced to create a truly great cocktail.
This is essentially a gin sour with the addition of a summery blackberry flavor.
Watered down fizzy gin, a pleasant drink with a bit of zest.
A fizzy gin sour.
Riff on the classic gin sour. It features honey to create a richer drink.
Also a riff on the gin sour. Made blue with citrusy blue curacao.
A very unusual tiki drink--gin, not rum!
The Pegu Club consists of gin, orange liqueur, lime juice and bitters. This combination puts it in the company of a similar classic cocktail of the time, the Sidecar, and both were notable for using orange liqueur rather than sugar as a balance for fresh lemon or lime juice.\n\nHowever, many modern drinkers may find it easier to simply think of the Pegu Club Cocktail as a gin margarita.
The original Tiki bar drink, this deceptively sweet, smooth, and fruity umbrella drink gets all of its flavor from the blend of alcohols. Enjoy with caution!
A classic Cosmopolitan, cranberry, lime juice, and Cointreau, but with Bacardi Limon substituted in for the vodka. A Half Moon original.
Another Half Moon original made out of boredom and a desire for rum and margarita flavors. Tart and refreshing, with a little sweetness, a little bitterness, and a tiny bit of heat at the back of your throat.
Sweet and citrusy, while being very rum forward. Another great.
Rum & Coke
Like a whiskey and coke but a bit sweeter.
Dark 'n Stormy
Reminiscent of a moscow mule, this drink has much more of a kick. May be ordered with ginger beer to lighten it up.
The butter really adds some luscious notes to the sweet rum flavors of this cocktail.
How to get plastered and enjoy it the whole time.
Three Dots And A Dash
An extremely spiced tiki drink.
Two Dashes And A Dot
A version of the spicy tiki Three Dots that includes a botanical gin for added dimension.
Hurricane — a different take. See "Other" for the other one.
Shake then pour into a tall glass filled with crushed ice. Garnish with a slice of orange, wedge of pineapple, or a maraschino cherry.
A variation of the Humuhumunukuapuapua'a which showcases the orgeat and uses a botanical gin with lime juice.
A tiki-fied Penicillin
Tequi La Banane
Let’s face it, the name is regrettable. But this dark delight has depth of flavor and a bit of sweetness that makes it stand out.
Fizzy, lemony, rich with Champagne and gin flavors, with just a dash of sweetness.
The frizziness and dryness of Champagne really push the Cassis to co-star in this cocktail.
Pleasant, lemony, and sweet. A highly recommended classic.
One of the many classic Tiki Drinks. Delicious Fruity and powerful.
The richness of the cognac, mixed with the heavy coolness of cream, and the sweetness of cacao make an excellent dessert drink.
Another dessert drink. The closest thing I've had to mint chocolate chip ice cream for adults.
Non-alcoholic. Apple juice with maple sweetness, balanced by some lemon juice. Great for something a little different.
Earl Grey Gimlet
Just imagine Earl Grey tea with sugar, lemon, and orange.