Here’s a warming and classic cocktail, the Old Fashioned, best served in a captivating destination for you to unwind with your sweetheart to chase away the winter doldrums at Six Seven Lounge At The Edgewater Hotel in Seattle.
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While some choose to embark on dry January, others may simply seek healthier options this month. We’d like to suggest a selection of (dare we say) health-conscious cocktails packed with restorative, antioxidant-rich and detoxifying ingredients such as turmeric, mugwort, matcha and carrots.
Try a cocktail recipe straight from NYC’s Cafe el Presidente. Refreshing and sweet with a kick of rum, just like what you’d find in a Mexican market.
Sometimes less is more.
A Sparkling Blood Orange Cocktail is a sweet and bubbly party favorite.
This year, change up your cocktail game with this golden, spirited Lunetta Prosecco sparkling wine cocktail complete with sweetness and herbal complexity.
With sparkling Prosecco and warm flavors of honey and pear, this drink is the perfect cure to winter blues or stunner for a festive cold-weather party.
Step up your champagne game by turning a would-be basic glass into a full-blown cocktail.
It’s that time of year when everything is about spending quality time with family and friends. Celebrate with cocktails you can indulge in. Buzz+Bloom Honey, a globally sourced craft-style honey that captures the natural and diverse goodness of the honeybee, makes the perfect addition to any holiday drink.
As each annual festive season brings an abundance of delicious cocktails made with cinnamon, nutmeg and pumpkin, some of New York City’s most revered bartenders are bringing one of the most seasonal yet overlooked ingredients to the forefront; introducing creative ways of using pine in cocktails.
We’ve all been there. Two drinks and a tiny piece of cheese into the company holiday party, and you’re already feeling buzzed – add a third cocktail into the mix and suddenly your having a breakdance competition with your boss.
Many of us are not the best planners and end up throwing impromptu holiday parties. To help avoid the last-minute scramble, we’ve got you covered with a cocktail recipe that is guaranteed to be an instant hit at your bash.
What to do when the champagne stops flowing? Sick of overly sweet, diluted cocktails? Bring in the New Year with margaritas! Here are five well done twists to the refreshing cocktail.
Before New Year’s Eve, check out these sparkling cocktails and paired appetizers.
There are those days when a little extra is needed to get the morning started. Add a little bit of booze to your cuppa joe with this bourbon vanilla coffee creamer.
It’s time to grab your favorite winter warmers and cozy up for a cocktail hour spent fireside. Chocolate lovers, this one’s for you.
An easy-to-make Sparkling Clementine Cranberry Cocktail with Prosecco and sweetened with a honey-cranberry and rosemary simple syrup.
Throw in your crockpot or start simmering a big batch of this warming and flavorful blueberry brandy cider.
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There is absolutely no better time to experience New York City than during the holidays. The Dream Midtown shares a wondrous holiday cheer in the Pent House Dream. Guests and visitors can get festively buzzed, spreading their holiday spirit with comfort and joy.
Put some pizazz into that velvety eggnog this season.
This blueberry honey bee cocktail combines the sweet flavor of honey with the freshness of blueberries for a drink that hits the spot this holiday season.
Well before your guests arrive, stir together a big pitcher of this blueberry and sage gin punch and simply add ice when you are ready to get the party started.
Serve this sparkling holiday cocktail to all your guests with the seasons quintessential flavors of cranberry, rosemary and ginger and made to sparkle with a splash of Lunetta Prosecco.
Mix up this ginger cranberry bellini as a festive sparkling cocktail that’s perfect for brunch or holiday parties.
Let blueberries add a needed freshness to this sparkling holiday cocktail with sweet fig jam and earthy rosemary
The holidays are in full swing with parties galore, all the way through the new year. If you are looking for the perfect way to impress your guests, serve up this raspberry sparkler complete with vodka and Prosecco.
A naturally warming cold remedy, this hot toddy is made with whiskey, hot water, muddled ginger, maple or honey, whole spices, ginger tea and a squeeze of lemon. Let it soothe a sore throat or simply warm the body.
For a cold winters day, a sparkling holiday party or as a toast on New Year’s Eve, check out these festive holiday cocktails, all with just five ingredeints or less.
Revamp you usually Manhattan cocktail by adding an easily homemade blueberry shrub and warmly spiced cardamom.
Tart, citrus-y and effervescent, this pomegranate orange Prosecco cocktail is the perfect holiday sipper for all your gatherings.
Warm yourself and your guests with this easy honey blueberry hot toddy spiced with cinnamon and spiked with bourbon.
Make this classic cocktail taste more like the holidays by adding the taste of roasted chestnuts.
Similar to a Negroni, this cocktail uses whiskey instead of gin and is easy to mix with three ingredients in equal parts.
A classic cocktail made with some less than common ingredients makes for an instant crowd pleaser.
Expert flavor pairings helped create this delicious and original martini.
Brighten up a heavy holiday meal with this refreshing winter blueberry smash loaded with spritz, elderflower, and blueberries.
Let this blueberry ginger hot toddy warm your hands and your entire body on the way down. Its honey, lemon, ginger, and blueberries to ward off a winter cold, plus there’s a splash of bourbon to keep things festive.
Sparkling Blueberry Lime Punch made with tequila is a festive cocktail to serve at any holiday party. With only five ingredients, mix up a big batch and enjoy the festivities.
Light up the holiday season with this festive clementine and cranberry cocktail topped with a spritz of Prosecco.
A muddling of orange, mint, and amaro with grapefruit or blood orange soda makes a drink that is a little sweet, a little bitter, and very herbaceous.
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A bourbon infused cinnamon latte to satisfy both your afternoon pick-me-up and happy hour cravings.
This delicious mulled apple cocktail is a simple way to get into the winter spirit.
Sip through the holiday and winter season with this refreshing blueberry kombucha sangria drink spiced with ginger.
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Served warm or cold, this chai spiced blueberry cocktail with vanilla cream syrup and spiced rum is the perfect drink to sip all season long.
If you are brave enough to battle the Black Friday chaos, more power to you. And to help get you through the mayhem, here are five survival cocktails you will need.
Crafted in the 1905 Lounge at the HGU, a New York Hotel, a visual narrative comes alive when art pieces are shaken, muddled and poured into cocktail ware.
The quintessential Italian cocktail, Negroni, is one of those drinks that never goes out of style.
Enjoyed neat or in a cocktail, vodka does not have to stay true to its neutral identity. Get ready for ten unusual vodka flavors.
Say cheers with a fun, festive sparkling Prosecco cocktail, with warm flavors of spices, honey, and whiskey.
Make a batch of this sinfully delicious blueberry maple syrup and you are set to make a perfect holiday drink with sparkling wine in no time. Plus, the extra syrup is heavenly over breakfast pancakes.
Get cozy with this bourbon and brown sugar sour cocktail sweetened with blueberries stashed in the freezer.
Try this toddy made with a warm amaro and a spiced deep, dark brown syrup steeped with peppercorns and cinnamon.
With just five ingredients, you could be enjoying a steaming mug of German blueberry mulled wine. The perfect drink for the season.
Let the warmth of ginger and the refreshing qualities of gin simply combine with blueberries to create an all too simple and delicious fall or winter drink.
Switch up your bellini game and make a drink that is fitting for brunch or a dinner toast. The key? Frozen blueberries. You just need frozen blueberries, simple syrup and bubbling Prosecco to make this fun libation that is sure to be the star of your gathering.
A splash of bourbon or gin would turns this sweet drink into a seasonal cocktail, but they’re great even alcohol-free.
Salute fall with this deep auburn Old Fashioned cocktail with warming aromas and flavors of cinnamon and pumpkin.