8 Classic Cocktails Every Home Bartender Should Know

Traditional brown sugar

Brown sugar and caramel make this traditional cocktail warm and comforting, far from old-fashioned.


Gin's juniper is enhanced with sweet vermouth and herbaceous Campari in this classic Italian drink.

Manhattan classic

Scotch whisky defines New York's Waldorf Astoria. To spice up your bitters, add walnut, lavender, or black cherry.

A perfect Cosmopolitan

This wonderful retro drink transports us to Sex and the City. Perfect with fries and burgers.

Moscow Mule

In addition to tradition, copper mugs make cold beverages feel cooler. You could feel chilly too.

Aperol spritz

The Italian traditional Aperol Spritz, commonly known as the Spritz Veneziano, tastes like burned orange and sour rhubarb.

Classic Vodka Martini

Three essential components make this traditional drink. Cheap vodka and vermouth won't work since they make the cocktail. 

Gin Rickey

Crafted with ingredients you already have in your fridge, the gin rickey is as refreshing as it is simple to make and, not to mention, low-carb!  

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