You favor bold flavors in your cocktails, Aries, since that’s exactly how you life your life. The old-fashioned brings together bourbon and bitters (with a hint of orange) — a simple, stunning combination that’s as fearless as you are.
A little luxury never hurt anyone, right, Taurus? We couldn’t agree more — which is why we think you’ll fall in love with the Sazerac. Crafted with a blend of absinthe, whiskey, and bitters,
Honestly, nothing sounds more boring to you than sticking to a single signature cocktail, Gemini, since there are so many new recipes to try. Which is exactly why we suggest delving into the juniper-infused world of gin.
Bitter Aperol and bubbly Prosecco combine to create a light, refreshing cocktail that’s sure to lift even your darkest mood, Cancer. We know you’re most comfortable retreating into your shell, but sometimes being social is necessary,
To start any good party, a hostess needs only two things: a pitcher of juicy margaritas on the table and a fierce Leo in the group. It’s true that you love working a crowd.
Straightforward, strong, and simple, the Manhattan has been described by Bon Appetit as the perfect cocktail — and we know how you feel about that, Virgo.
The Negroni is all about balance — a perfectly harmonious mix of bitter vermouth with herbal gin for a drink that’s as diplomatic as you are, Libra. Yep.
The name of a classic cocktail, or a reference to your mysterious moods? Just teasing, Scorpio, but a dark and stormy does fit with your whole secretive, sultry vibe. A mix of spicy ginger beer,
With Cuban roots that bring to mind hot nights and shady palm trees, the mojito perfectly captures your carefree attitude, Sag.
You’re never one to stray too far from tradition, Capricorn, which is why you’re all about the most classic of classic cocktails.
Sure, the daiquiri gets a bad rep for being a silly, sugary drink straight from the ‘80s, but that’s kinda why you love it, right, Aquarius?
If you could be anywhere right now, Pisces, it would be in a 1920s Paris café debating the merits of adjectives with Ernest Hemingway — and sipping a sparkling French 75, of course. This bubbly,