Blueberry lemon vodka spritz cocktails made in a pitcher for a fresh, five minute summer drink.Continue reading “Blueberry Lemon Vodka Spritz”
Hot coffee served with some good Irish whiskey, a sprinkle of
Continue reading “Vegan Irish Coffee with Coconut Cream + Hawaij”
hawaij, and a dollop of coconut cream for a truly delicious (and accidentally!!) vegan Irish coffee.
simple syrup, high-quality grapefruit juice, and sage come together to make these herbaceous sage greyhound cocktails. This is the last post of my Valentine’s series for my all-time favorite greyhound, Bell!!Continue reading “Sage Greyhound Cocktails”
Blood orange margaritas served on-the-rocks with salt for those who want to celebrate Valentine’s Day and party.Continue reading “Blood Orange Margaritas”
The thyme simple syrup in this French 75 perfectly compliments the floral notes from the gin and the fruitiness of the champagne.
**Update: I originally wrote about these DIY Painted Wine Glasses way back in 2013. If you came here from Pinterest, you’re in the right place! I just updated the pictures a bit and made a video – go check it out!**
This Brown Derby Cocktail combines whiskey and grapefruit, with a splash of pomegranate, for a tart twist on a classic. It’s my favorite cocktail in the Autumn and Winter!
Ok, I know it’s been 10 days since July started, but happy July!!! Did everyone have a great Fourth? I spent mine getting fried to a lobster-y red crisp while floating the Truckee River on a donut tube, and it was *worth it*. Everyone was out, and it was like a giant Fourth of July party! The water wasn’t even that cold, and I became friends with a guy dressed like Jack Sparrow. I christened him Pirate Steve, and then he gave us a bunch of PBRs that were kept cold by the melted ice water that is the Truckee River. Pirate Steve was the ~homie~. We kept scraping our backs and booties on the rocks, since the river was fairly low, but if you don’t have battle scars, did you even float the Truckee? Continue reading “Sparkling Strawberry Bourbon Lemonade”
I have a fairly strict criteria when it comes to my margs: fresh lime, on the rocks, salt. I’m pretty leery of margarita mixes that are the color of Dipsy the Teletubby and taste like lime-flavored candy in all the wrong ways. My favorite Mexican restaurant in town makes perfect margaritas made in what can only be described as fish bowls, so usually I just use a margarita craving as an excuse to go eat chile rellenos + all the chips and salsa in the restaurant. However, this weekend is both Cinco de Mayo and my cousin’s sixth birthday, so we’re going to throw a unicorn-themed Mexican food night! I’m bringing a pitcher of margaritas + unicorn cupcakes. Rumor has it there will also be a piñata and coloring books. It’s going to be off the chain!!! Continue reading “Watermelon-Rhubarb Margaritas”