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Bartender Andra “AJ” Johnson gives us a history lesson, a video series, and a few signature drinks.

A drink that tastes like pineapple, raspberry, and vodka.

Give the gift of The Infatuation’s Cocktail Essentials Set: our tools of choice for making great drinks at home.

One of the simplest (and most delicious) drinks you’ll ever make.

The rare sort of hot cocktail you can drink all day.

A conversation on sobriety, BIPOC representation, and systemic issues in the hospitality industry with the Austin-based bartender.

The Paper Plane is a great cocktail for kicking off the night - it’s not too sweet, and not too strong.

A regal Champagne version of a classic gin cocktail.

One of the simplest (and most delicious) drinks you’ll ever make.

An Airmail is equal parts refreshing and luxurious, and it’ll make you seem like a worldly person (or something).

Intermediate-level techniques for when you’ve already figured out how a cocktail shaker works.

A conversation about seminal cocktail books and the challenges of working in hospitality with bartender, author, and RWCF co-founder John deBary.

A New York Sour is exactly like a Whiskey Sour, but with one key upgrade: a red wine float.

Once you’ve mastered basic bar skills and some classic cocktails, here are a few great drinks that are just a little more complex.

One of the very first drinks to emerge from the Dawn Of Cocktails in the late 19th century, the Old Fashioned is a simple, perfect cocktail classic.

The Hanky Panky has been around for roughly 100 years, and it’s one of the few cocktails that uses the dark, minty amaro known as Fernet Branca.

Created by the inventor of Campari himself in 19th-century Milan, the Americano is a classic and refreshing precursor to the Negroni.

The Bensonhurst is yet another cocktail named for an NYC neighborhood, and it’s a strong drink with a hint of maraschino.

A Negroni is one of the best drinks on the planet. Once you master it, try a White Negroni, Rosé Negroni, or a Negroni with rum and cold brew.

From our first-ever guest bartender Andra “AJ” Johnson, this cocktail is fun, funky, and impeccably balanced. In other words, it’s a Perfect Daiquiri.

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