Bring the taste of summer to your party by mixing up a Malibu Bay Breeze!
The French Martini is a sweet and soft raspberry cocktail with a silky foamy top. A sweet blend of vodka, Chambord, and pineapple juice.
The Fox River Cocktail is bourbon based – specifically, it’s based on two ounces of bourbon and not a lot else. This should tell you two things about the drink.
Mix tea with more than just hot water. Try this chamomile-infused whiskey cocktail.
St. Patrick’s Day is arguably the most famous drinking holiday, at least in the United States, and there are more than a few cocktails that celebrate it—there’s the Irish Shot, Irish Coffee and the Tipperary, for starts. However, you don’t need the excuse of an over-indulgent holiday to mix an Irish whiskey cocktail. Though the spirit family is less commonly used in drinks than its American counterparts like bourbon and rye, the wide-ranging world of Irish whiskey lends itself well to cocktail bartending.
This is the most delicious strawberry, peach, white wine slushie that you will ever sip.
This probably comes as no surprise… hello, blood orange margaritas!
The Tequila Sunrise cocktail, with its bright striations of color, evokes a summer sunrise. This classic drink has only three ingredients—tequila, grenadine and orange juice—and is served unmixed to preserve the color of each layer.
Earthy, funky, zesty and full of texture– that’s what you can expect with this blackberry tequila spritzer. Sure, it looks like a total girly fruit bomb. What can I say, my husband’s the mixologist and he gravitates towards pink drinks.
A Spring Fling Cocktail is a pretty little drink, for big (and small) celebrations Continue Reading