The Final Ward - A twist on the classic cocktail, The Last Word, this version combines equal parts maraschino liqueur, green chartreuse, rye & lemon juice for a bright, refreshing cocktail with a lot of deep flavor. From Aida Mollenkamp, found at www.edamam.com.
Gin Fitzgerald This classic cocktail is light, fresh and tasty. The gin flavor is a little bit up front so you can appreciate it, but it is as delicate as a first kiss. This could be the drink of the summer. 2 ounces gin 3/4 ounce lemon juice 1/2 ounce simple syrup 2 dashes Angostura bitters (no more!) Shake over ice and serve it up with a lemon garnish.
An #ArtichokeDinner, part one: Celebrate that most tasty of thistles with an all-#artichoke spring menu! Start off with a lightly bitter gin cocktail featuring #Cynar, an Italian liqueur made from those nutty, grassy green globes. From SF Gate, found @Edamam.
This cocktail from Philadelphia restaurant Talula's Garden is unlike any other Haymaker we've tried: vodka, ginger beer, and muddled pear make it tart and refreshing, perfect for sipping on a cool fall evening.
The fizz is a cocktail classic, and demands only two things: a little citrus and sparkling water. The Ramos gin fizz, also known as the Ramos fizz or the New Orleans fizz, was invented in the 1880's by Henry C. Ramos at Meyer's Restaurant; made properly, it's one of the most delicious drinks on Earth. Ramos Gin Fizz 2 oz gin 3/4 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice 1/2 freshly squeezed lime juice 3/4 simple syrup 2 or 3 drops of orange blossom water 1 oz heavy cream 1 egg white…