Should you want to take your Sex On The Beach to the next level, this will get you there. It's got all the marks of the classic original, with a grenadine "blood" floater for a dash of extra sweetness (and a total Shark Week favorite).
Mellow out your mule with the subtle sweetness of pears. The Absolut Pears Mule: sit back, sip, and repeat.
Pretty much the adult version of one of our childhood candy store favorites. Tart yet sweet, the Lemon Drop is typically drank as a shot or straight up in a martini glass. Sugar the rim of your glass for an added kick of sweetness.
Although gin is my truest love, I have been fixated on both tequila and Mezcal lately. There is something about margaritas and tequila-based cocktails that beckon the arriving of summer, and this one is hard to resist.
An unlikely trio of flavors - butter pecan ice cream, scotch, and Best Damn Sweet Tea - make up this sweet, creamy cocktail that's perfect for dessert or for a nightcap with friends. Cheers!
A fruity and refreshing take on the whiskey sour. The Midori Sour is the perfect combination of sweet and sour. Lower on alcohol volume than other cocktails this is an easy sipper that's still big on flavor.
Made popular through Elvis Presley's film Blue Hawaiian, the Mai Tai is a classic tropical drink synonymous with Tiki Culture. This recipe calls for a unique ingredient Orgeat, an almond syrup, that adds a little extra sweetness.
Legendary London bartender Dick Bradsell created the Bramble in 1984 whilst working at Fred's Bar in London's lively Soho neighborhood. It was intended to be a quintessentially British cocktail inspired by British flavors. The Bramble rapidly became the go-to gin drink in many bartenders' repertoire and arguably propelled gin cocktails back into the limelight. Perhaps the only true "modern classic" cocktail.