No More Frozen Margaritas: Here's How to Make This Classic Tequila Cocktail the Right Way, Salted Rim and All
The world's most popular cocktail should always be shaken (never frozen!) and served with salt, says a margarita expert.
This demure, egg-cup shaped glass (with a fun name and intriguing history) holds about 5 to 6 ounces and makes an excellent serving selection for stirred, stiff drinks.
The Negroni Is Having a Moment—and With Just 3 Ingredients, It's One of the Easiest Cocktails to Make
A professional shares his tips for taking this going-viral classic to the next level.
Mezcal and Tequila Are More Popular Than Ever—Here's How to Tell These Agave-Based Spirits Apart
They are two of the fastest-growing spirits in the country, and are often confused for one another.
Your Cosmopolitan Should Be Tart, Not Sweet, Says Its Inventor—Here's How to Make the Iconic Pink Drink the Right Way
This classic cocktail was created by bartender Toby Cecchini in the '80s, and a decade later, it became a sophisticated symbol of New York City thanks to Ms. Carrie Bradshaw.
Plus, whether the classic martini should include gin or vodka.