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Drinks that you can light on fire, cocktails to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, mixed drinks that embody the flavors of Southeast Asia — scroll down to find articles on these alcoholic beverages and more.

In addition to describing them, we provide recipes so you can make your own. We also line out the best bars to grab a cocktail in cities around the world.

A guide for good drinking the next time you find yourself in Chi-town.
Germany started doing “things” to their beer. I’ve been drinking those things.
Ordering a mojito is acceptable at any hour of the day.
At the end of the evening, you may never want to see a bottle of Becherovka again.
Andrea K. Francis searches San Francisco for the best New Years Eve booze.
Really, it's an American holiday, and we celebrate it the way we do all holidays with...
Burning alcohol deepens the flavors of a drink. It also looks pretty cool. Here are 10...
Combine vodka, ginger liquor, lemon juice and galangal lemongrass syrup. Pour over ice...
A wildly popular drink from 1910 to around 1930, strange variants of this drink can...
Put a shallow layer of 151-proof rum on top. Light the rum on fire, then immediately...
Beware - drinking too many of these will make your knees wobbly at best and find you...
Take it beyond capirinhas, mojitos, and pisco sours.