Originally created for Chambord's worldwide promotion, the key ingredient to this drink is the Chambord liqueur. The unique feature for this drink is that it was created specifically for a liqueur, which means substituting it would leave a bland taste.
Some believe the Gimlet cocktail was named after a British Royal Navy doctor that may have served this to his crew in order to ward off scurvy. The lime juice and gin combination makes a classically refreshing cocktail served up or down over ice, it always delights.
What's cooler than a cocktail created by James Bond himself? (Answer: nothing.) Making its debut in Casino Royale, this drink melds a clean, refreshing taste with a subtle, sweet kick. A word to the wise, this is a large drink, so you may want to share this mission with a friend.
A cocktail that went from a solid sour by Tony Cecchini to Carrie Bradshaw's sugary signature. But this version brings the drink back to its authentic roots. And remember, a proper Cosmo should be pink. If it's red, it's wrong.