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His & Her Cocktails

You like gin. He likes tequila. Six mixologists show you how to personalize a pair of drinks. Cheers to having it your way!

Photography by Paul Body


Bek Allen Cocktails


HERS: Gentle Lady

Shake Hendricks gin, St. Germain, Peychaud’s bitters, and lemon and grapefruit juices with raspberries and cucumber slices. Muddle and strain; add garnish.

HIS: Kind Sir

Strain Knob Creek bourbon whiskey, Luxardo amaretto, and Bénédictine liqueur into a rocks glass; add an orange twist.

Stirrers like these one can be custom made! We used Nic.Roc. Designs in San Diego.

Snake Oil Cocktail Co.

HERS: Pretty in Pink

This cocktail features vodka, Carpano vermouth, fresh pressed apple juice, ginger beer, and pickled pink ginger.

HIS: Tuxedo Tonic

Mix together rye whiskey, smashed passion fruit, torn mint, cardamom reduction, and soda.

Please & Thank You Mobile Hospitality

HERS: Lay Lady Lay

Champagne, framboise, and ginger syrup are poured into a soda bottle with a lightning stopper.

HIS: Old Fashioned

Bourbon, sugar, and bitters—a classic drink for the classic guy.



Continental Catering

     Cocktails on the left in the tall martini glasses

HERS: Peas in a Pod

A cocktail for veggie lovers! Combine fresh muddled peas, lemon, sugar, and vodka.

HIS: Fernet Me Not (left, in the tall martini glass)

The groom’s version features muddled spinach leaves, vodka, Fernet Branca, and ginger beer.

The acrylic stirrers were created by Nic.Roc. Designs.


     Cocktails in the middle

HERS: Love’s True Kiss

This light sipper has freshly squeezed grapefruit juice, Lillet Rouge, gin, and an edible blossom.

HIS: Gentle Embrace

Scotch is mixed with Lillet Blanc, peach brandy, Bénédictine liqueur, and Angostura bitters.

Waters Fine Foods & Catering

HERS: Cashmere

Combine Paul Goerg Champagne Brut Tradition, kabocha squash, maple syrup, and cardamom purée; garnish with star anise.

HIS: Corduroy

Herradura tequila blanco blends with muddled piquillo peppers, lime juice, and caramelized pear purée; a piquillo pepper tops it off.


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