We carbonated and tasted water using the leading home soda makers to find the best one on the market.
Because no one wants a hot martini.
These four refreshing drinks are just the beginning of what you can shake up with fresh raspberry syrup—the original summer grenadine.
This is a perfect sipper for a warm day. The boozy sour is tempered by lots of ice and brightened by tart and tender raspberry.
A compelling combination of mezcal, tequila, fresh lime, ginger beer, and raspberry syrup.
The most refreshing pitcher of raspberry lemonade starts with homemade fresh raspberry syrup.
To make this pretty pink drink, remember this mnemonic device: Very Cute Little Cocktail. That’s V for vodka, C for Cointreau, L for lime, and another C for cranberry.
Using just three ingredients—light rum, fresh lime, and simple syrup—this cocktail shows how good the classics can be.
Store-bought bubble tea? In this economy? Experts share their tips on how to make the best cup of bubble tea at home, including which tapioca pearls to buy and the kind of sugar you should use.
Our best margarita recipe is refreshing, strong, and tart. The secret? Good tequila, the right orange liqueur, fresh lime juice, and finding the ideal balance.
Making delicious cocktails doesn’t have to be fussy.
A classic whiskey cocktail made with bourbon and mint is even more fragrant when you flavor your simple syrup.
For this adaptation of a classic Cuban cocktail, you don't need a muddler. Tear the mint, then stir with lime juice, sugar, white rum, and soda water.
This refreshing sherry and watermelon cocktail gets a spicy kick from ginger kombucha.
The best gin and tonic is all in the technique, because the most important ingredient in a G&T is not really the gin, or even the tonic. It’s carbonation.
Made with pineapple, sherry, and rye whiskey, this forgotten cocktail feels remarkably modern.
This two-ingredient cocktail is best served over a nice, large chunk of ice.
This refreshing summer cocktail is finished with a bright and briny pickled green tomato.