As a host, a well-stocked bar is just as important as any impressive dish.
For the whiskey enthusiasts, try:
A variation on the classic Old Fashioned recipe, this version features cherry-infused whiskey with warming cinnamon and zesty lemon.
This three-ingredient whiskey cocktail should be stirred in a crystal glass or Mason jar to keep things cold as ice.
For the life of the party, try:
With notes of butterscotch, vanilla and anise, this warm whiskey drink is just as complex as it is sweet.
This sophisticated take on the popular dessert drink combines peppermint liqueur with cold brew.
A classic since the 1920s, quality pears make all the difference in this brandy-forward delight.
For the beer devotee, try:
For the mule maniacs, try:
This quintessential Moscow Mule recipe can be made with either alcoholic or nonalcoholic ginger beer.
Bright ginger and local honey make this mocktail recipe a refreshing, alcohol-free summer sipper.