Introducing Brides's newest foodie-celebrating series, in which we bring beautiful, handcrafted, Instagram-approved signature cocktails to you four times a week! Each month, we'll shine a spotlight on two master mixologists and their one-of-a-kind libations, with recipes and tips on how you can incorporate these signature beverages into your wedding menu, engagement party, bachelor/bachelorette parties, or just an extra-sweet night at home in the kitchen together. For the first half of September, the cocktail experts behind The Liquor Cabinet, the curated spirits app for the modern drinker, continue to blow us out of the water with eight boozy beauties to keep you and your guests sipping and swinging all evening long. Stay tuned to hear from more of your favorite bartenders across the country (and beyond!)—because as we all know, the drinks really do make the wedding.
Lady in Red
Recipe by Tobin Shea, creator of Time Out’s Best Restaurant Bar Program as Bar Director at Redbird in Los Angeles.
“Tobin Shea’s translations of the classics are fresh, funky, and best of all—fun. This riff on the Pink Lady maintains the original’s statuesque elegance with a top layer of egg meringue, but the drink’s signature blush color comes from Aperol instead of grenadine for an extra bit of booze the bridal shower attendees are sure to appreciate.” —Patrick
- 1.5 oz. Tanqueray Gin
- 0.5 oz. Applejack
- 0.75 oz. Aperol
- 0.75 oz. Lemon juice
- 0.25 oz. Simple syrup
- 3/4 Egg whites
Spirits aficionados and brothers Patrick, Peter, and Sean Janelle, together with veteran bartender Maxwell Britten, launched The Liquor Cabinet as the definitive guide to all things boozy. From bottle distillation information to in-depth cocktail histories and creative riff recipes by influential bartenders the world over, The Liquor Cabinet is the ideal app for anyone looking to shake, strain, and sip their own creations. Plus, the newly launched Variations feature shows how it's possible to create unique recipes, once you've got the basics down. Follow The Liquor Cabinet on Instagram @theliqrcabinet and Facebook, and read more on their blog.