Grateful Dead Cocktail Video
This cocktail is considered the sweeter cousin of the Long Island ice tea. Like that drink, the Grateful Dead cocktail packs a considerable punch!
The Big Lebowski was onto something with this creamy coffee-flavored cocktail. A healthy dose of vodka in the mix assures that 'the dude abides.'
The black Russian gets its name from the use of the quintessential Russian spirit, vodka, and the darkness the drink has from the addition of coffee liqueur.
An otherwise simple mix of vodka and orange juice, the Harvey Wallbanger gets an extra kick from the vivid yellow, Italian herbal liqueur Galliano.
The Tom Collins is a classic gin cocktail that's a bit tart thanks to lemon juice, a bit sweet thanks to simple syrup, and a bit fizzy thanks to club soda.
The slightly spicy ginger flavor makes this a great winter warming cocktail, while the lime makes the Moscow Mule just as sublime in summertime.
This simple mixture of vodka and orange juice reportedly gets its name from original tool used to stir the drink--a screwdriver. You'll get equally good results using a spoon. The screwdriver is a simple but refreshing cocktail made by combining orange juice and vodka over ice.
A salted rim gives this vodka and grapefruit juice cocktail a special kick.
A variation on the classic martini, the Gibson mixes gin and dry vermouth together and garnishes the cocktail with a cocktail onion.