Amy Zavatto

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.
A professional shares his tips for taking this going-viral classic to the next level.
They are two of the fastest-growing spirits in the country, and are often confused for one another.
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.