There is a White Negroni out in the world that utilizes Lillet Blanc, gin, and Suze. So why not make a black version of it? Old Tom gin, Jagermeister (yes, that Jagermeister), and sweet vermouth aim to make this variation on the classic.
After centuries of direct conflicts and strained tensions, the French and Germans signed the Élysée Treaty. While they have been working hard for five decades to get along, the Élysée Treaty cocktail created by Ivan Mandaric effortlessly blends French and German spirits for an amazing cocktail. One of Gary Regan's 101 Best Cocktails of 2015, and #100DaysOfCocktails exploration for day 45.
The toddy has been around forever. It is simple to add bourbon or rum to hot water with a bit of lemon at the end of the night. In Apothecary Cocktails, Warren Bobrow changes the liquor to the richer, herbal Jägermeister but keeps the overall formula in tact. #100DaysOfCocktails found it to be a great way to end a long day.