Mothers Ruin Punch Recipe on Food & Wine: Classicist bartenders have resurrected the centuries-old ritual of the formal punch service. Here, Philip Ward of New York's Death & Co. makes a potent concoction named after the old British slang for gin.
A play on the classic gin-honey-lemon cocktail the bee’s knees, The Killer B (from Miami Beach restaurant Khong River House) swaps honey with a fiery Thai bird chile-white peppercorn syrup for a drink with a complex kick.
★★★☆☆ - The Salty Bird - oz Campari - oz Cruzan Black Strap Rum - oz pineapple juice - oz lime juice - oz Simple Syrup - Pinch of salt - Shake and strain over fresh ice. Garnish with a pinch of salt and dehydrated pineapple.
You've seen bubbly brunch drinks before, but this tart lime variation, served at San Francisco's Nopa (one of our favorite Bay Area brunch spots) is a bit unusual, made with herbal Green Chartreuse and maraschino liqueur to sweeten.
Burnt Whiskey Sour 4 oz light Canadian Whiskey 2 oz lemon juice oz burnt sugar syrup dashes angostura bitters drops saline solution parts water to 1 part salt ½ egg white Burnt Sugar Syrup granulated sugar C.