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What to Drink Over Memorial Day Weekend

GalleryWhat to Drink Over Memorial Day Weekend<p>More<p>Grilling<p>All the tips and recipes you need for the perfect barbecue.<p>What are you up to this weekend? A picnic, a party? Some grilling? Us, too...and we're really excited. We've been running around grabbing ingredients for an epic barbecue, but we …

Upgraded Mind Eraser Recipe

Despite the name, the classic Mind Eraser is really just a watered down Black Russian. This version subs in mighty 151-proof rum to give it a little more kick. It's worth seeking out Lemon Hart 151 for its rich, bold flavor.<p><b>About the Author:</b> Jeff Lucas enjoys traveling the world in search of new …

6 Irish Whiskey Cocktails to Make at Home

Gallery6 Irish Whiskey Cocktails to Make at Home<p>In the past year or so, we've seen more and more fancy bars around the country touting an Irish whiskey-based cocktail selection. But even if some of the finest drinks at Tradition in San Francisco and Dead Rabbit in NYC feature whiskey from the …

Raines Law Room's Wildest Redhead Recipe

The Wild Redhead appeared in the 1977 book, <i>Jones' Complete Barguide</i>. Raines Law Room's Meaghan Dorman added allspice dram and blended Scotch to make the Cherry Heering and lemon cocktail more interesting.<p><b>Read more: How to Make The Wildest Redhead from Raines Law Room, NYC</b><p>Ingredients<b>For the Honey</b> …

NYC: 10 Scotch Cocktails We Love Right Now

GalleryNYC: 10 Scotch Cocktails We Love Right Now<p>Scotch might not seem like the most likely base for a cocktail. Plenty will still argue that Scotch is for sipping—not polluting with anything other than an ice cube, or maybe a few drops of water if you're feeling frisky.<p>But properly deployed in …