Categories: The Field Manual
Our weekly recommendation.
For this year’s All Hallow’s Eve mix up something devilish.
Our weekly libation recommendation.
Bitters are a key ingredient in some of the best cocktails. Make them even better and more unique by making your own.
Spice up your Fourth of July with this historic, oddly-named punch.
That mashed up sugar cube isn’t doing you any good if it’s all sitting on the bottom.
A glimpse into 16 bottles of the quintessential English spirit.
Drinking a flute of bubbly on a romantic night may seem stuffy. Instead mix up one of these delicious and rare cocktails with sparkling wine as a base. Guaranteed to impress.
Investigating six inexpensive offerings of the Emerald Isle.
The most famous go-to drink in the world, and why you should have one of your own.
Tasting the single malt with the stag’s head on the bottle.
Enjoy summer with a classic summer cocktail from the Tiki Bar.
The Daiquiri has gotten a bad rap by chain restaurants slinging neon sugar shakes. Over a hundred years old, the rum drink – the real Daiquiri – is a delicious cocktail perfect for summer.
Ready to try your hand at inventing your own drinks? Just remember these handy rules of thumb.
Serve drinks that don’t taste like paint thinner without breaking the bank
Sophisticated, delicate, debonair … neat drinks are always in style, all year round.
Strong but refreshing, these drinks are designed to be served chilled on the rocks and shared with good friends.
Beat the heat with these tall, refreshing, and delicious libations.
Not too sweet and not too strong, these cocktails are sophisticated, smart and sexy, just like the ladies to whom you’ll want to serve them.