Rye, sherry, Grand Marnier and bitters. Sounds like a good combo.
An iPhone-optimized site that lists recipes for every drink consumed by James Bond, sorted by film.
A very simple recipe of two ingredients: bourbon and peppermint schanpps. This sounds like an ideal winter drink.
My friend Jeremy pointed to this excellent breakdown on why you should shake your cocktails instead of stirring them.
This also lead me to read a bit more about "bruising" gin and from what I've heard, that concept appears to have been debunked a while back. The gin isn't bruised, though if you actually have juniper berries in the drink, they would be bruised when shaken.
A small collection of mocktails (non-alcoholic cocktails), by a maker of tonic.
A great recipe for Smoked Lemonade as well as a reminder that we can use spare smoker space to flavor other fruits like cherries as well as salt. Smoked salt… can you say steak and margarita's? I can.