Maybe you're winding down from a day of Christmas shopping, hosting the in-laws, or bringing drinks to your office party. No matter the occasion, the variety of cozy, festive holiday drinks is nearly infinite! You can take a classic like a White Russian and doll it up with candy stripes. You can shake seasonal fruits into a gimlet or vodka tonic. For a quick and easy dash of holiday cheer, stir some
Thanksgiving is a time to cherish with your loved ones. This special day is all about gratefulness and love. There will certainly be lots of time spent in the kitchen preparing a traditional American feast. So why waste any time toiling over complicated cocktail recipes? We've compiled a list of Five Easy Thanksgiving Cocktail Recipes. They’ll fast-track you to the dinner table, delicious beverage i
The winter months are fast approaching, which means colder, shorter days followed by dark winter nights. Sometimes the longer periods of darkness and less-than-ideal temperatures can put a damper on our mood. So we’ve compiled a list of recipes that are sure to add just the perfect amount of sunshine to your day. We’ve found four amazing, mouth-watering, tantalizing Mango Margarita Recipes to take you
Absinthe is an excellent choice for celebrating Halloween and All Hallows Eve! We have picked out some excellent absinthe-based cocktails for you to try. The names of these drinks really get you in the mood!
Absinthe tastes like black licorice. So, what pairs well with that flavor? It mixes really well with rum, vermouth, gin, blackberries, orange peel, and grenadine.
Gin is a distilled alcoholic drink that derives its predominant flavor from juniper berries. Its fresh, botanical flavor truly adds a unique twist to any cocktail. In fact, many traditional cocktails rely on the personality of gin. If you’re looking to impress your friends and loved ones with cocktails both new and old, then you’re in luck. We’ve selected five gin-based cocktails that are easy to ma
The first published mention of “brunch” was in an 1895 piece written for Hunter’s Weekly. It was entitled “Brunch: A Plea” by British writer Guy Beringer. He desired for folks to gather for a late breakfast on Sundays. In the article he explains, “By eliminating the need to get up early on Sunday, brunch would make life brighter for Saturday-night carousers. It would promote human happi
Did you know that the name margarita is Spanish for “daisy”? But around here, it’s one of our favorite cocktails. This family of mixed drinks includes citrus, a base spirit, and liqueur. As the number one requested tequila cocktail in bars for over six years, the margarita is quite versatile and popular. As such, it is widely distributed--from the “dives” we love to the high-end cocktail bars we a
So, you’re looking to start crafting up some tantalizing classic cocktails to impress everyone at your next party. Well, you’ll find that one spirit is a common denominator amongst the most historical and famous concoctions out there: gin. According to VinePair, gin is “a clear, distilled spiri