With bourbon, a rich homemade syrup, & muddled blood orange peel, this Cinnamon Spiced Old Fashioned cocktail will keep you (and your company) cozy on even the chilliest days this season.
What better way to celebrate summer cherry season than with a seasonal twist on a classic cocktail? Full of fresh fruit and mint, tart lime, and good bourbon whiskey, the playfully bright Sweet Cherry Bourbon Smash is easy to make but complex in flavor. Summer never looked so sweet.
A delightfully refreshing mix of pineapple juice, coconut rum, and a dash of bitters, Rendezvous Rum Punch is the perfect large batch cocktail for your own Caribbean Fete!
No Mother’s Day Brunch is complete without the perfect cocktail, and this refreshing Strawberry Daiquiri Bellini will hit the spot!
Made with a truly delightful rich simple syrup infused with lime, this Elderflower & Citrus Paloma is a refreshing sweet & tart cocktail for any warm weather occasion.
A signature drink in New Orleans, the Pimm’s Cup is usually a warm weather cocktail. This simple take on the classic drink uses homemade lemon syrup and muddled cucumbers for a refreshing finish.
Whiskey Sours are a serious tradition in my family. For as long as I can remember, my grandfather would make these classic drinks for every holiday or get together we’d have. I’m reasonably certain it was the first cocktail I ever tried, likely given to me when I hit an age where I felt too old for Shirley Temples (little did I know there is no such thing). The drink was handed to me full of bright red maraschino cherries and giant wedges of orange, and was quite likely heavily diluted. It was delicious and citrusy and sweet. When my now-husband Sam came […]
Guys. Do you know what day it is? IT’S NATIONAL MARGARITA DAY! In celebration, I want to share this Spicy Jalapeno Pineapple Margarita recipe with you. It’s hard to explain why this is so exciting to me. Margaritas are a bit of a big deal in our household. The perfect margarita is both sweet and sour, balanced beautifully with a rim of crunchy salt. You can just taste the tequila on the tip of your tongue and the back of your throat – the flavor as well as the burn. One should never quite be enough. We don’t make them […]