Celebrate the Holiday Season with a crisp and refreshing Cranberry Mojito. This take on a classic mojito uses cranberry simple syrup to add a tart/sweet cranberry flavor to the cocktail. It’s perfect for your next holiday party.
These cute blueberry lychee eyeball cocktails will have you enjoying the season in style. They’re not too sweet, yet very flavorful. Make a second batch without the vodka for the kids!
With the Queen’s passing, it’s only fitting to raise a glass with her favorite Dubonnet and Gin Cocktail to toast her exemplary life. It’s common knowledge that the Queen enjoyed a cocktail during her lunchtime meal. It was usually gin, preferably Gordon’s or her own Read More..
Minty and refreshing, a Classic Mojito is a fun summer rum cocktail that appeals to most people. This recipe makes one cocktail, but there is enough Mojito Syrup to make a pitcher! When it’s hot outside and I’m feeling a little lazy, I like serving Read More..
Father’s Day is this coming Sunday. Why not treat Dad to an incredible 8-course meal that will make him feel special. This menu for Dad is sure to impress. The best part is you’ll still have enough energy to enjoy the meal with him! From Read More..
A Lemon Blueberry Lavender Cocktail is a sophisticated, fruity, citrusy, libation with an aromatic floral note from the lavender simple syrup. This is a take on a mind-blowing drink that I was obsessed with during my years in Houston. This little dive bar made the Read More..
This Florida Hurricane Cocktail is a take on the famous drink served at Pat O’Brien’s restaurant in New Orleans. It’s fruity, tropical, and has a serious kick to it with ½ cup (yes, a half cup) of alcohol in it. I am not sure why Read More..
Sweet, fruity, and packing a dangerous punch, this classic tropical cocktail is a perfect way to end a warm, sunny day. One sip will make you feel like you’ve got your toes in the warm sand. This is the drink that evokes memories of Bahamian Read More..
This Barbecue Bloody Mary recipe is a tangy vodka cocktail with a surprising punch of flavor from the addition of barbecue sauce. This lovely libation is the perfect blend of salty, savory, smoky, and tangy. What could be a better way to start off brunch, Read More..
This retro cocktail is smooth, subtly sweet, and creamy. With just a hint of chocolate, it makes for a perfect after-dinner drink. This cocktail has been around since before the Prohibition days. It was developed in New York at the Hotel Rector, originally made with Read More..
This fun take on a martini has a bright, neon green color and sweet, fruity flavor. It’s a delicious way to get a bit of Vitamin C, kill a few germs with some vodka, and survive being stuck at home. These days it seems like Read More..
Replacing gin, this vodka cocktail is a refreshing re-do of the classic 1860’s drink. It’s the perfect refreshment for a warm spring evening or to use up whatever hootch you stockpiled for quarantine or to use as hand sanitizer. Look, I get it. We are Read More..
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and as a perfect nightcap recipe to comfort us during this crazy time, this Irish Coffee will warm your body and soothe your nerves. Serve this after a holiday meal of Oven-Baked Corned Beef & Roasted Cabbage and Irish Read More..
This Brazilian cocktail recipe is their national cocktail and served in almost any bar. It is sweet and limey, but be careful because it really packs a punch! I like to serve this cocktail with a few Savory Roasted Garlic and Parmesan Palmiers or Honey Read More..
Pink, fruity, sweet, and creamy, this Valentine’s Day cocktail is the perfect libation for the holiday. I am probably the least romantic person on the planet. It’s bad. I’m not a flower person. I’m never going to wait for hours to get into a restaurant Read More..