The simplicity of the Tom Collins is likely why it's stood the test of time. People have literally been making (and drinking) it since the 1880's.
This Prohibition Era cocktail is super simple to make - all you need is gin, fresh lemon juice and honey.
The first time we took a sip of a Paper Plane we were in love.
This cocktail will definitely take you to an island in the sun (just cue the Weezer song).
This cocktail is perfect for when you’re craving something refreshing and light. It’s also great as a mocktail but you know, everything’s better with gin, right?
We made this cocktail when we hosted a boozy listening party for Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon - and it's crazy good.
The Greyhound is cocktail simplicity at its finest.
We promise you this cocktail is unlike anything you've ever had before. Made with cedar infused rye, thyme syrup, egg whites and lemon juice, this tastes like having a sauna