Turn one of these unique cocktails into your signature drink for your next party.
Like the original, our julep features bourbon infused with mint. But this drink's signature sweetness is tempered by the tartness of blackberries, which also tint it a gorgeous shade of purple.
Frozen Frangelico Coffee with Cream
Coffee and Frangelico, a hazelnut liqueur, are frozen and then topped with a billowing peak of maple-syrup-flavored cream.
Concord grapes and deeply fragrant elderflower mingle in a vibrant drink worthy of celebration.
Frozen Ginger Lemon Drop
This refreshing bright-yellow drink is great for outdoor entertaining.
This classic gin cocktail is made with both fresh lemons and limes.
This fruity cocktail combines raspberry with the traditional flavors of a cosmopolitan. Its beautiful color and delicious taste will have guests asking for more.
Offer your guests a signature drink that takes its cue from the season. Made with citrus-flavored vodka and triple sec, these citrus martinis celebrate winter, when citrus fruits are at their peak -- although their color and light flavor would make them refreshing in the summer, as well.
Give signature drinks proper fanfare by flagging them with colorful swizzle sticks. The flourishes are a breeze to make: With gardening shears, trim a wooden skewer so it is a few inches taller than the glass you'll put it in. Cut a 9-inch length of 15-millimeter grosgrain ribbon. Fold in half and make a loose knot. Slip knot over skewer and tighten. Notch ribbon ends.
French Quarter Cocktail
These rum-and-juice cocktails are our take on a classic New Orleans drink.
Mash up a pile of raspberries with mint, vodka, and Prosecco for drinks that will awaken your palate (and your table's palette).
Set these drinks out on a tray so guests can help themselves to this cola spiked with rum, vanilla, and orange.
Serve the ultimate country-club libation: gimlets. Swap out vodka and Rose's lime juice for cucumber gin, fresh lime, and simple syrup tinged with mint.
For a bracing drink, Lillet -- an aperitif made with wine -- is shaken with basil, gin, orange juice, and tonic.
Watermelon Bloody Marys
This not-just-for-brunch cocktail gets a light sweetness from watermelon juice. Freshly ground celery seeds add complexity, while dashes of Worcestershire and Tabasco sauces give it a kick.
Pink Salty Dog
This grapefruit-flavored drink gets an extra kick from a salt-rimmed glass.
Perfect Storm Cocktail
This cocktail is our take on the Dark and Stormy, a classic boater's beverage.
The Big Apple
Celebrate the city that never sleeps with this sophisticated sipper.
This brilliant blue cocktail is a festive alternative to the original.