This creamy, cinnamon-spiced horchata cocktail is spiked with tequila and perfect with some spicy Mexican food.
The resurgence of cocktail connoisseurs has also been a boon to the classic ingredient market. Not long ago, you could hardly find anything beyond iridescent grenadine or sweet and sour mix. Now, there’s artisanal everything, produced by some bearded fella who wears suspenders and probably rides a unicycle to and from his collective. This is great when you’re feeling lazy. However, when you’re ambitious, you take up the mantle yourself and make your own mixers. Much like Homemade Orgeat!
Step up your champagne game by turning a would-be basic glass into a full-blown cocktail.
Glogg is more than a mulled wine. It will give you a feeling of comfort and coziness and let any worries or problems slip away, if only for a little while.
A citrusy, gin-based New Orleans classic cocktail that is almost too perfect.
An Old Fashioned inspired Leap Year for when you just can’t decide.
Called the Uptown Bloody Mary, this brunch cocktail with tomato water, peño instead of horseradish, and olive brine has some serious funk.
Perfect for a pool party or summer BBQ, this jalapeño and bourbon cocktail is cooled by watermelon and fresh mint, so refreshing.
Light, fizzy Corona and earthy whiskey flavor combinations make this beer cocktail alarmingly easy to drink.
A homemade blueberry syrup rounds out a tart spring berry cocktail made with rum and topped off with a fizz of sparkling soda.
Sweet baby Jesus, if you’re not familiar with the Grateful Dead, it’s a magical cocktail of debilitating proportions. It is a more alcoholic version of the Long Island Iced Tea.
Chocolate, spice, golden rum and some nuttiness make this drink perfect for a cold winter day.
Whether we’re up to our ears at work or feel exhausted, this shot of relaxation will take the edge off. Get ready to mellow out.
Perfect for a party this festive pomegranate punch is spiked with tequila and a cinnamon syrup.