Classic and original cocktail recipes, all kosher and indexed by season.
The traditional margarita is kicked up with fresh strawberries and smokey mezcal.
Citrus, gin, and herbs make this cocktail perfect for the end of winter.
Fruit and herbs make this taste of Spring available all year long.
An egg nog-inspired cocktail named in honor of the Jewish guy who wrote the best Christmas music.
There's no better drink for a cold Winter night.
This Mexican staple is great any time of year, but particularly good when citrus is in season in the Winter.
A Chanukah cocktail inspired by the Greeks.
There's no better way to celebrate Chanukah than with olive oil in your cocktail.
Rich, warm, a little bitter and a little sweet, this is Autumn in a glass.
The classic Tom Collins is updated with pears and rosemary.
Punch has been an American staple since colonial times.
The American classic, originally created to sell copper mugs.
The Cuban classic is given an Autumn makeover with smokey scotch and maple syrup.
Sweet and sour with a bit of a kick from the whiskey, great any time of year.
Here's what you do with that bottle of mediocre wine you just don't want to drink.
Gin, honey, and lemon make for a simple, warm weather go-to.
Mezcal and muscadines combine for a smokey-sweet seasonal cocktail.
Monday Night Brewing's scotch ale, made better with citrus and spice.
Apples and honey usher in a sweet new year.
Fizzy, sweet, and just a little bit tart to celebrate the flavors of Fall.
A new twist on an old classic.
Slightly bitter with a hint of sweet and entirely perfect for a night under the stars as the weather begins to turn.
With two kinds of Scotch, ginger, lemon, and honey, there's pretty much nothing better for Shabbat.
The traditional (and basic) whiskey sour is punched up by using smokey scotch instead of bourbon.
The classic daiquiri is freshened up with some rich Thai basil leaves.
Brazil's national cocktail, a South American play on the Old Fashioned.
Clean and crisp with a hint of nostalgia.
A little bit of honey sweet with a touch of citrus sour.
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