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The Versayse Cocktail Recipe

The Versayse Cocktail Recipe

Cocktail Enthusiast has teamed up with the fine people at Cocktails & Classics, the LOGO TV show that combines good drinks with cult classic films. Each week, Michael Urie and friends will take a close look at campy, quotable movies like Clue, Showgirls and Hairspray while drinking CE-provided cocktails. For…read more →

Three Champagne Cocktails for New Year’s Eve

Three Champagne Cocktails for New Year’s Eve

This New Year’s Eve, you’re going to require Champagne. By the glass, by the bottle, possibly by the bowl. Either way, Champagne will flow. Now, if you’re merely a guest partaking in some end-of-year festivities, your job is done. But should you be hosting said festivities, you’ve got some work…read more →

Mixology Monday: French 75 Cocktail Recipe

Mixology Monday: French 75 Cocktail Recipe

Mixology Monday is a monthly (well, almost monthly.  Heavy drinkers don’t  abide by the same calendar as mere mortals) online cocktail party that rounds up drinks pertaining to a particular theme chosen by a rotating host.  This month’s theme is “money drinks,” and our brave host is Kevin Langmack of…read more →

French 75

French 75

The French 75 cocktail is named after the 75mm howitzer artillery gun, a popular weapon during World War I.  Legend has it that fighter pilot Raoul Lufbery enjoyed champagne, but wanted to drink something with more of a kick.  So, naturally, he added booze to it. The drink was said…read more →

Seelbach Cocktail

Seelbach Cocktail

The Seelbach is a pre-prohibition cocktail that originated at the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, KY.  Lost to drinkers for nearly 80 years, the recipe was rediscovered in 1995. The drink is simple to make but fairly complex in flavor, with a whopping 14 dashes of bitters supplementing the bourbon and…read more →