London Dry Gin + Dry Vermouth + Orange Bitters + Orange Curacao
Slightly Dry, Clean, Smooth
The Marguerite Cocktail is the earliest form of what is now known as the Martini. During Prohibition, the relative ease of illegal gin manufacturing led to the martini's rise as the predominant cocktail of the mid-20th century in the United States.
French Cognac + Jamaican Rum + Mint
Spirit Forward, Slightly Herbal, Slightly Sweet
The Original Mint Julep recipe is found in the 1888 How to Mix Drinks of the Present Style saying, “This drink is known not only in this country, but in all parts of the world, by name and reputation.”
French Cognac + Peychaud’s Bitters + Absinthe
Aromatic, Smooth, Spirit Forward, Soft Licorice
In 1838, Antoine Amedie Peychaud, owner of a New Orleans apothecary, treated his friends to brandy toddies of his own recipe, including his "Peychaud's Bitters," made from a secret family recipe.
French Cognac + Crafted Bitters + Lemon Juice + Orange Curacao
Rich, Savory, Spirit Forward, Slightly Tart
The earliest rendition of the Sidecar. Hailing from the first bartender’s guide ever published in 1862, Jerry Thomas described the Brandy Crusta as an improvement on the basic cocktail formula (spirits, bitters, water).