These cocktail recipes are engineered to amp up the romance on date night. It's best to keep it classic; perhaps your ladyfriend would like an Aviation Cocktail (gin and cherry juices)? Or a Maker's Mark Grand Derby Martini?
Another classic cocktail, this one was named after the Algonquin Hotel in New York City, where Dorothy Parker’s group used to hang out.
This classic cocktail was invented sometime around Prohibition, back when flying was a rare and wild thing.
Rich, creamy and delicious, the Brandy Alexander.
First I heard of this cocktail was in Hemingway’s “A Moveable Feast.” It’s a nice change of pace from a scotch and soda.
Mountain Dew(R) and tequila = Margarita in this recipe! So simple you'll wish you had thought of it first.
If it’s the 1920s, and you’re Jake Barnes meeting Lady Brett Ashley at a hotel bar in Paris, order one of these. Lady Ashley’s known to keep you waiting.