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A warm cocktail with a rich backstory enriches holiday cheer.

*Tom and Jerry*? Not quite an eggnog, this warm drink is a treat for anyone who dare…

Here’s an infographic showing recipes for quick, two ingredient cocktails for those of us on a budget or with sparse liquor cabinets.

Here’s an infographic showing recipes for quick, two ingredient cocktails for those of us on a budget or with sparse liquor cabinets.

Coconut water and Jim beam make for an easy, tasty cocktail

Scott takes a trip to Puerto Rico and tries a local drink with rum and coconut water. Scott comes back to the States and makes it all-American with some bourbon.

Tropical drinks tend towards many uncommon ingredients, but we can improvise with what we have at home.

Hurricane season blows in with a request by Mrs.

A take on the classic Manhattan using the hot and sweet Pine Barrens Single Malt Whisky

**Long Island Spirits** makes whisky from **Blue Point** *Old Howling Bastard*.

Brandy, lemon juice and a funky, tart beer make a great cocktail.

Always trust and use the ingredients at hand. Melba gets inspired to substitute a lambic for Champagne in a classic Prohibition-era cocktail.

True Companion and True Believer ciders are good by themselves, but they also make excellent cocktails.

A good cider isn’t just for autumn. Hard cider makes deliciously cool cocktails for the summer.

Laird's Applejack makes a fine Applejack Sour, and Melba shares her recipe for a Cranjack cocktail.

Melba can’t pass up the allure of *Applejack,* and tries a couple of cocktails made with the apple-flavored liquor.

Lillet cocktails, including the Fashionably bombed Lillet spritzer and Demeter's dream.

Melba comes over to the *DnU HQ* to drink some cocktails made with her bottle of *Lillet,* before Fervere finished the bottle.

Gin Rickey and Cherry Lime Rickey recipe

An easy drink for the warmer seasons, the Rickey is a classic, and pairs nicely with other fruit juices.