The Exemplary Cocktails of Formula 1’s First-Ever Miami Grand Prix

Seven mixed drinks from across the venues within and around the dazzling debut event

A spectacle of astounding scope and scale, Formula 1‘s inaugural Miami Grand Prix drew a fleet of international attendees to an expansive pop-up ecosystem woven into South Florida’s Hard Rock Stadium. The highly anticipated, 57-lap contest was the centerpiece of an exceptional five-day cultural experience at an autodrome complete with dozens of cocktail bars, shopping opportunities, private clubs and even a fake marina populated with real luxury vessels. Served …

Vermut Negre

Made in Catalonia’s Terra Alta comarca (or region) from 100% Macabeu grapes distilled with 150 local botanicals, herbs, walnuts and spices, Casa Mariol’s Spanish vermouth makes for a light, nutty and complex aperitif. Aged through a solera system, this fragrant vermouth concludes with notes of cola, candied figs and citrus.

Swedish Small-Batch Gin Ógin Benefits from a Culinary Touch

Chef Jón Óskar Árnason sources hand-picked botanicals, sometimes from his own garden, for this inspired spirit

For chef Jón Óskar Árnason, inspiration for Ógin—a liquid seasoned with raw ingredients sourced from Sweden’s forests, that tempers juniper’s zing with the sweetness of rare arctic raspberries—struck while he was visiting distilleries in Scotland a few years ago. He was taken by how some distillers use raw (not dry) ingredients for their batches. “The way I look at raw materials and botanicals, I know …