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Boulevardier Recipe | SAVEUR

Boulevardier

This recipe is a classic variation on the Negroni, in which sweet, woody bourbon is used instead of gin.

The New Orleans-born Ramos is among the best-loved classics out there, an ethereal and strangely light cocktail of gin and citrus, with cream and soda and an elusive touch of orange blossom water.

Ramos Gin Fizz

The New Orleans-born Ramos is among the best-loved classics out there, an ethereal and strangely light cocktail of gin and citrus, with cream and soda and an elusive touch of orange blossom water.

Old Pal

Old Pal

Bartender Jonny Raglin, of San Francisco’s Comstock Saloon, gave us the recipe for this classic Negroni cousin, which pairs spicy rye whiskey and light, dry vermouth with bitter Campari.

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Kentucky Buck

Erick Castro of San Diego& Polite Provisions gave us the recipe for this fruity refresher.

TWENTIETH-CENTURY COCKTAIL  This 1937 British cocktail, named for a train that ran between Manhattan and Chicago for much of the twentieth century, strikes an unexpected balance between velvety crème de cacao and refreshing gin, lemon juice, and Lillet.

150 Classic Recipes

TWENTIETH-CENTURY COCKTAIL This 1937 British cocktail, named for a train that ran between Manhattan and Chicago for much of the twentieth century, strikes an unexpected balance between velvety crème de cacao and refreshing gin, lemon juice, and Lillet.

The Killer B Cocktail.

The Killer B

A play on the classic gin-honey-lemon cocktail the bee’s knees, The Killer B (from Miami Beach restaurant Khong River House) swaps honey with a fiery Thai bird chile-white peppercorn syrup for a drink with a complex kick.

Moto Guzzi Spritz

Wine

Named after the motorcycle brand, this Aperol spritz riff, from Atlanta's Greg Best, subs in Cappelletti aperitivo, a red-wine-based aperitif.

Floral Old Fashioned Cocktail

The Best Whiskey Cocktails for a Boozy Summer

Cameron Johnston of Gleneagles Hotel designed this delicate, chamomile-infused cocktail to appeal those who don& usually go for a Scotch drink.

This Campari and blood orange juice concoction from Manhattan's Louro is one of many twists on the classic French 75—a cocktail that rose to prominence after World War I, named after the American slang for the 75-mm field gun. Like its namesake, it's light, but packs a wallop.

Sicilian 75

SICILIAN 75 ~~~ this Campari and blood orange juice concoction from manhattan's "louro" is one of many twists on the classic French 75 (a cocktail that rose to prominence after named after the american slang for the field gun.

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