Great Gatsby Tipples

  • 11 Drink
  • Updated: Jan 20, 2016
In theme with the roaring 20s
  • Brandy, Light rum, Triple sec, Lemon juice
    Between the Sheets is a complex cocktail that is spirit-forward with a satisfying sour flavor that is shaken and served neat.
  • Gin, Lime Juice, Soda water
    The Gin Rickey is a classic gin cocktail made with a simple combination of fresh lime juice and soda water. It's a summertime favorite, and couldn't be easier to make. The Rickey is also a great recipe for mixing up your normal routine of Gin and Tonics, though it won't give you the same bitter kick if that's what you're looking for.The Rickey was invented b…
  • Dark rum, Orange juice, Pineapple juice, Lime juice, Grenadine, Simple Syrup, Angostura Bitters
    The Planter's Punch recipe, like so many tiki drinks, depends a lot on the tastes of the bartender making it. The original can be traced back to the early 1900s (sometimes under the name Jamaican Rum Punch or Creole Punch), and has at times been as simple as rum, lime, sugar, and water, or as complicated as a mixture of dozens of tropical fruit juices—for be…
  • Champagne, Bourbon, Triple sec, Peychaud bitters, Angostura bitters
  • Dry Vermouth, Gin, Maraschino liqueur, Anis, Orange bitters, Cherry
    The Tuxedo is a chic Martini with a sweet flavor from the anis liquer and the Maraschino cherry garnish.
  • Rye, Sweet Vermouth, Angostura Bitters
    The Manhattan cocktail is simple, elegant, and overflowing with class—the perfect drink to round out a long day at the office or enjoy under candlelight with a loved one. You should always use rye whiskey (some Canadian whiskies with a high percentage of rye will do in a pinch), and we recommend a quality sweet vermouth like Noilly Prat Rouge, Carpano Antica…
  • Bourbon, Mint, Simple Syrup, Crushed Ice
    Typically associated with the Kentucky Derby, this cocktail is a refreshing—if divisive—treat for the spring and summer. As far as the bourbon goes, we don’t recommend using anything too expensive unless you’ve got some income that desperately needs disposing, since it tends to get a little washed out by the other flavors. Be sure to find the freshest mint y…
  • Canadian whisky, dry vermouth, orange bitters, grenadine syrup, lemon juice
  • gin, simple syrup, lime juice, soda water, mint, limes
  • Champagne, Sugar, Bitters
  • Gin, honey syrup, lemon
    The Bee’s Knees cocktail is a Prohibition-era classic made up of gin, honey and lemon. It is a delicious, spirit-forward cocktail that is a nice balance of sweet, tart, and strong.The phrase "bee's knees" was often used to call something "the best," and was a popular saying during the Roaring Twenties, a decade of opulence, decadence, and despite Prohibition…

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