Passion Fruit Margarita

The ultimate summer cocktail gets a fresh twist while still remaining true to its tropical roots. You’ll need 3 passion fruits and a mesh strainer to make the 2 ounces of juice this recipe calls for. Using Monin Liqueur in place of the traditional triple sec keeps lime flavor in the picture, but Cointreau would…

Café Brûlot

This jazzy drink, adapted from a recipe found in a family heirloom cookbook from 1931, is a great way to spike brunch or end a meal with an all-in-one digestif and caffeine kick. Combine in a bottle: 1 cup brandy 2 cinnamon sticks 24 cloves The zest of 2 oranges Put a cork in the…

Pink Margarita Jell-O Shots

Unflavored gelatin is like a blank canvas you can use to turn any cocktail into a fun, jiggly treat. For a texture firm enough to eat with your fingers, you’ll need 6 grams of gelatin (1 envelope) for each cup of liquid. Pour into a bowl: 1 cup tequila 1 cup Cointreau Sprinkle on top:…

Rosewater Champagne

This elegant cocktail is made with true rosewater, also known as rose hydrosol, a by-product of rose essential oil distillation. Rosewater is very fragrant and much more flavorful than rose petal infusions, which should not be used in this recipe. Choose only food-grade rose hydrosol with no additives. Pour into the bottom of a Champagne…