This classic cocktail originated at the American Bar at the Savoy Hotel in London in the early 20th century. It's orangey and slightly herbal from the gin and Fernet—spirit-forward and warming without being heavy.
This is what we'll be sipping on New Year's Eve. A sophisticated sparkling cocktail with an herbal note from gin and fresh thyme syrup, a delicate floral flavor from St Germain, and a splash of lemon to keep it bright.
Instead of relying on weak cranberry juice, this tangy gin cocktail starts with an easy and intense cranberry syrup. Ginger and amaro add richness and spice.
Aperol Gin Punch
The bittersweet flavor of Aperol and citrus are wonderful with gin, and Yellow Chartreuse adds a complementary herbal backbone. This punch packs, well, a punch, so be sure to serve it with lots of ice.
South Side Fizz
Fragrant muddled mint, citrus, and Cointreau enhance this sparkling gin cocktail, which can be served in a flute or a cocktail glass.