Cognac combines with Campari, vermouth, maraschino, lemon and bitters in this sultry sipper from The Jerry Thomas Project in Rome.
Calvados and sparkling rosé steal the show in this sprightly French 75 variation from OK Omens wine bar in Portland, Oregon.
In step with the tradition of naming cocktails after neighborhoods, the Century City cocktail is an homage to the Los Angeles.
In the Normandy Old Fashioned from Roquette in Seattle, French and American apple brandies form a rich foundation for this simple cocktail.
St. John Frizell adapted this classic by tweaking the ratios, using a split of lemon and lime, making a house grenadine, and using American brandy.
The Cognac Room occasionally uses California brandy in cocktails, like in this adaptation of a Charles H. Baker classic, the El Morocco Cocktail.
From Portland bartender Jeffrey Morgenthaler comes this delicious contrast between warm aged spirits and bright lemon juice.
Three simple ingredients—brandy, lemon and ginger syrup—make up this refreshing brandy sour.
Aiming to create an adventurous apple brandy cocktail suited for anytime drinking, Covina bartender Caleb James assembled this fresh mix of flavors.
Beverage director Ashwin Vilkhu taps some of India's most iconic flavors in this warming flip recipe served at Saffron in New Orleans.
Cognac, espresso and a boozy Italian custard make this desserty cocktail from New York City's Bar Pisellino extra decadent.
This decadent holiday cocktail from Mr. Coco in Las Vegas uses heavy cream infused with toronne, a traditional Italian candy popular at the holidays.
This "improved" Cognac Old Fashioned takes notes from Jerry Thomas' time by adding maraschino and absinthe.
This brandy cocktail from Milwaukee bar The Original gets a rich boost from the addition of port and spiced raspberry syrup.
Equal parts of apple brandy, mezcal and sweet vermouth create sweet and smoky layers of deliciousness in this cocktail from ALEX&NDER in Louisville.
The Jack Rose cocktail finds an elegant balance thanks to Calvados, plus a few dashes of Angostura for good measure.