A deliciously smooth dessert cocktail, this drink is the ultimate adult milkshake. It's most commonly made with brandy but some early recipes actually used gin. The exact origins of the drink are unknown but whoever mixed this up was someone we sure would have liked to be friends with.
Combine all ingredients in a shaker over ice, shake 10-15 seconds until ice cold
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a sprinkle of cinnamon and nutmeg
This cocktail, typically served up in a martini glass, is an adult-friendly mint chocolate surprise. Don't let the name bug you, it's only called Grasshopper for the green color. Next time, skip a decadent dessert and reach straight for this cocktail.
Amaretto Sours are sweet, slightly tart cocktails made with an almond-flavored Italian liqueur and a lemon sugar or sour mix. An amaretto sour is typically garnished with a fresh orange slice or maraschino cherries.
There's no danger in this drink we promise. Dating back to the 1930's the Rusty Nail is a simple old-school cocktail that became insanely popular back in the day. You don't see it around that much anymore but we've been known to enjoy it on #ThrowbackThursday.
The Harvey Wallbanger is said to have been a marketing concoction from the Italian liqueur company Galliano that used a cartoon of a goofy surfer in one of their campaigns. Mixed with the ingredients of a screwdriver this is a sweet and tasty cocktail that became incredibly popular in the 60s and 70s.