Spicy Ancho Cider Jameson Cocktail has a little bit of sweet and a little bit of heat, combined with the smoothness of Jameson you can’t beat this drink for any fall get together. It’s the perfect fall drink to warm you up as the days get cooler.
Cranberry Orange Sangria, an easily adaptable sangria for any season or holiday. Not too sweet, easy to drink.
A real vodka martini incorporating Ciroc apple vodka for a light, fresh, crisp take on the green apple martini.
Margarita Round-Up (Three faves and one to try!) I’ve posted a couple of margarita recipes lately all in honor of National Margarita Day. In an effort to keep things easy and share my favorites I’m doing a quick margarita round-up of my three favorite recipes and one I really want
Top shelf margarita with fresh citrus. This is going to be your new favorite ‘rita. Margaritas are one of my favorite cocktails. I don’t think I’m alone, considering we have an official National Margarita Day to celebrate on February 22. In the spirit of sharing my favorite spirits, I’m going
Champagne and raspberries are a delicious combination, especially if you add a splash of Chambord raspberry vodka. Very light, fresh and simple, perfect for a celebration, brunch or anytime.
It’s the season for hot toddies. If you haven’t had one yet, you must try this version. Combining the seasonal flavors of apple cider and cinnamon with Jameson Irish Whiskey is a treat. It’s simple and delicious – like all cocktails should be.
Cinnamon Apple Cider Manhattan. Doesn’t that sound delicious? I’ve spent some time this fall playing around with seasonal flavors, namely apples, apple cider and cinnamon. No nutmeg or pumpkin here, thanks anyway. I wanted to create drinks that I would crave in the fall; that would remind me of the season;
Last week I wrote about a great summer drink: the piña colada. Except I made it better – you can’t beat a piña colada with ice cream. It’s cool, creamy, fruity…perfect for the last humid days of summer. Consider it your tropical boozy dessert with fresh ingredients. The recipe is
Traditional Caipirinha Have you heard of cachaça, the sugar cane hard liquor used in my new favorite cocktail, Caipirinha (pronounced kie-purr-een-ya)? Cachaça is similar to rum, but it’s different – the flavor is distinct and strong. And delicious. The traditional caipirinha is Brazil’s national cocktail – and for good reason,