As summer rolls to a close, we've been looking for a drink that bridges the gap between the hot, humid days and the cooler weather approaching. Enter: the Sazerac cocktail—a revered New Orleans drink created in 1838 and named after a brand of French cognac named Sazerac-de-Forge et Fils. In 1912, after Absinthe was banned, the drink's creator replaced it with bitters. This version, from Soho House, has both bitters and Absinthe. Try it today and see if you meet the storied Green Fairy.