French 75        

Named after the 75-millimeter MI897 artillery piece found its birthplace on the battle field in WWI. The lightweight gun had quick power and serious results, just like this cocktail.

Champagne + Gin + Lemon


A modern classic created in the mid 1980's by Dick Bradsell at Fred's Club in Soho, London.

Blackberries + Gin + Lemon


The origins of this drink trace back to 1919 in Florence, Italy. Created for Count Camillo Negroni, an Italian nobleman, strengthening his favorite libation, the Americano, by adding gin.

Gin + Campari + Orange

Classic Whiskey Sour        

It belongs to one of the old families of original cocktails, appearing in Jerry Thomas' 1862 drinks book alongside the other cocktail ancestors, the juleps, slings, sangrias, cobblers and smashes.

Rye + Lemon + Meringue


A popular history suggests that the drink originated at the Manhattan Club in New York City in the early 1870's, where it was invented for a banquet hosted by Lady Randolph Churchill, Winston's mother.

Rye + Sweet Vermouth + Bitters + Cherry


1900-1910 This Cuban drink derives its name from a town on the island's southeastern coast. It's the first classic straight-up cocktail to be invented outside of the United States.

Rum + Lime + Syrup

Mint Julep          

Mint julep first appeared in print in 1803, described as a "dram of spirituous liquor that has mint in it, taken by Virginians in the morning".

Kentucky Bourbon + Mint + Sugar


One of Cuba's oldest cocktails, comes from the African word "mojo", which means to place a little spell. It's roots trace back to 1586, when Francis Drake and his pirates tried to sack Havana for its gold.

​Rum + Lime + Mint