Who doesn’t want to travel? Explore new cultures, new cuisines, and most importantly new cocktails. These world famous cities don’t have cocktails named after them for nothing…

Singapore Sling
Cherry Heering, Gin, benedictine, and lime. Let Singapore come to you.

The Parisian
Paris Isn’t the only thing that holds the key to our hearts. We’ve made a love connection with this vermouth forward cocktail with gin and creme de cassis.

Moscow Mule
The Moscow Mule unfortunately wasn’t created in Moscow, but its inventor was a native so that’s good enough for us.

Boston Rum Punch
We’re going to be a little biased with this one (we’re based in Boston)… but with ingredients including lemonade, rum and nutmeg, this cocktail is just as great as the city it’s named after.

Fun to say, fun to drink. This cocktail containing, Campari, sweet vermouth, and club soda was first served in creator Gaspare Campari’s bar, Caffe Campari, in the 1860’s.

London Frog
The green hint the absinthe brings to this cocktail makes it almost too beautiful to drink. Just almost.

Aspen Crud
You always need at least one delicious boozy milkshake on the list. And all you need to do is blend a few scoops of vanilla ice cream with a few shots of Bourbon.

Osaka Dry
A classy, refreshing twist on the classic martini. Pickled plum, vodka and sake. Yum.