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Reinvent the Sidecar cocktail with this drink made with bourbon and grapefruit juice. It’s refreshing enough for brunch or happy hour.
This creamy, cinnamon-spiced horchata cocktail is spiked with tequila and perfect with some spicy Mexican food.
At your next winter party, refresh your guests before or after a heavy meal with this easy Moscato winter cocktail.
These quick cocktails are great to make in big batches for a crowd. Serve them at Thanksgiving, all the way through to your New Year’s Eve parties.
Whether these are your Thanksgiving libations or you are looking to host a casual happy hour after a day at the orchard or the office, these fall apple cocktails are sure to impress. The best part? They can be prepped ahead for easy serving.
Halloween isn’t just about kids’ costumes and candy. Check out these Halloween-themed cocktails to serve at your adults-only party. Don’t worry, there can still be candy.
Learn about the exciting drink hitting shelves in 2018! Matchless Coffee Soda is refreshing, fizzy, and caffeinated, revolutionizing the concept of coffee.
With refreshing fizz, this cocktail is stirred with a ginger syrup and spiced rum. It’s perfectly simple and just what you need at the end of the week.
This blood orange punch is spiked with two kinds of rum and laced with cinnamon and fresh mint for a perfect balance of warm and fresh flavors.
National Margarita Day or not, it’s always a good time to toast to Mexico’s national drink and most beloved exports, the margarita.
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.
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.
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.
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.
An easy-to-make Sparkling Clementine Cranberry Cocktail with Prosecco and sweetened with a honey-cranberry and rosemary simple syrup.
A mix of citrus, the tang of cranberry, and hint of tart lemon, this lively will bring the brightness to any winter gathering or occasion.
Throw in your crockpot or start simmering a big batch of this warming and flavorful blueberry brandy cider.
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.
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.
Let blueberries add a needed freshness to this sparkling holiday cocktail with sweet fig jam and earthy rosemary
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.
Similar to a Negroni, this cocktail uses whiskey instead of gin and is easy to mix with three ingredients in equal parts.
Brighten up a heavy holiday meal with this refreshing winter blueberry smash loaded with spritz, elderflower, and blueberries.
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.
A take on the traditional Dark ‘N’ Stormy, this cocktail uses a light rum and is garnished with juicy pear slices.
This delicious mulled apple cocktail is a simple way to get into the winter spirit.
A colorful dessert with a touch of spritz. The key to any granita is to scrape with a fork at regular intervals for frozen, flaky texture.
Looking to up your basic cocktail game? Learn how to make, use, and even cook with bitters.
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.
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.
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.
Salute fall with this deep auburn Old Fashioned cocktail with warming aromas and flavors of cinnamon and pumpkin.
Beer and football season go hand in hand, but you don’t have to settle for a six-pack. Beer cocktail recipes have something for everyone—and will keep you buzzing through fall.
Here’s a cool cocktail before we’re engulfed in deep autumn. Any leftover plum syrup from previous recipes will come in handy for this refreshing drink.
This sweet and slightly tart drink is a grown up way to celebrate the season.
A warm-flavored Cognac is a cocktail that should be mastered, especially during the coolers months.
A not-too-sweet, not-too-strong mapley bourbon drink perfect for mixed drinks and on the rocks fans alike.
Hailing from New Orleans, this recipe contains equal parts whiskey, Cognac, and sweet vermouth, plus a few ingredients to complete the refreshing drink.
An apple and pumpkin beer cocktail is garnished with a cinnamon stick and a few cranberries for a perfect fall drink that is beautiful on a holiday table.
The pros dish their tried and true tips to the classic cocktail. Hone your bartending skills so you are ready to bust them out at the next gathering.
What better way to pay respects to the dark roasted beans than making each meal of your day all about coffee. The following ideas will keep your taste buds satisfied, all while keeping you alert all day long.
A beautiful mocktail for a quite night in or as a elegant offering for guests of all ages.
With a hint of gin, this cocktail is a warm weather refresher. Honey, rosewater, and cardamom spruce up the citrus for an elegant party drink.
It’s time to break out the juicer for some refreshing quenchers. While many drink juice to start the day, end your day with a juice cocktail. With your favorite spirit gin, shook up with some fresh cucumber juice, lime and Kara’s Minty Simple Syrup you’ll be cool, crisp and zingy.
Grab your local apples, brandy and ginger ale and let’s toast to the new season in true autumn style!
Add a new flavor to your champagne. Celebrate an event with a pomegranate and rosemary infusion.
Fresh ginger, lime, and tarragon give this Pimm’s Cup outrageous flavor.
Sherries have more to them than meets the eye, nose, or mouth. We’ll show you the best ways to pair sherry with food, and add them to unique cocktails.
A great way to enjoy that fresh luscious plum flavor anytime you want. This cocktail is simple, yet oh so delicious.
t might be easy to learn how to make a cocktail, but it’s definitely hard to master the craft. Hardeep Rehal is one of the best bartenders in the world and according to him, balancing all the different tastes is just as important for a mixologist as it is for a chef.
An Old Fashioned inspired Leap Year for when you just can’t decide.
September squash? No. This time, it’s all about crisp and juicy pears at the peak of its flavor! Try these five seasonally inspired pear recipes for a main, dessert, or cocktail.
A simple gin fizz made with cherry gin, muddled cherries, lime juice, and a deliciously frothy egg white.