Pink Halo

This berry-pink drink was created at the China Grill restaurant in New York City. Get the recipe.
Campari Cocktail

If you like grapefruit, you can't go wrong with this recipe from Gramercy Tavern in New York City. Get the recipe.
Blue Fin

The best thing about this drink, created by Blue Fin in New York City, is it's fun garnish: Swedish fish. Get the recipe.
Dark and Stormies

Allow enough time to make ginger beer ice cubes: Pour 8 cups ginger beer into 4 ice cube trays and freeze. Get the recipe.
Cuba Libre

There are countless ways to make a Cuba libre. This version calls for the rubbing of lime on the rim of the glass, emphasizing the drink's telltale citrus flavor. For a less potent drink, use less rum or more Coca-Cola. For a smoother cocktail, make it with light rum or half dark and half light. Get the recipe.
Vodka-Espresso Cocktail

This suave concoction of vodka, coffee and coffee liqueurs is guaranteed to get—and keep—the joint jumping. Get the recipe.
Raspberry Champagne Cocktail

This cocktail simply sparkles! Get the recipe.
Alpine Hot Spiced Wine

Perfect for chilly weather, this spiced wine will warm you up in no time. Get the recipe.
Pear Champagne

Make the pear-fect champagne drink—it's simple and delicious. The recipe came from Theo restaurant in New York City. Get the recipe.
Irish Coffee

So decadent, it's the perfect final treat at any meal! Get the recipe.

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