Bunches of New Year’s Eve Punches

The New Year’s Eve Punches If it’s January 1, I am at the home of my friends Anne and Keith. Every year the same cast and crew, more or less, gather in their kitchen, den, dining room, basement, living room to eat (too much), drink (a lot), and share the first day of the new… Read More >

17 New Year’s Eve Cocktails Without Champagne

New Year’s Eve is a time to raise a glass and toast the memories of the year gone by and to welcome all the new ones to come in the year ahead. Of course most New Year’s Eve cocktails contain champagne or sparkling wine because NYE is bubbly’s time to shine. But what if you… Read More >

4 of the Best Cocktails for the Holidays

Now that it’s November, the holidays and the best holiday cocktails are just around the corner. Between Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s, there are plenty of occasions to serve cocktails. These best holiday cocktail recipes include all the flavors that you and your guest will love during the holiday season: 4 of the Best Holiday… Read More >

Delicious Sparkling Wine Summer Cocktails

Are you looking for a delicious cocktail to serve at your backyard barbecue? Summer wine can be used as a light and fruity ingredient to make refreshing and delicious sparkling wine summer cocktails. Serving chilled makes it an ideal treat on summer’s hottest days. Even though chilled sparkling wine is delicious on its own, it… Read More >

148 Margarita Recipes to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Every Day

The Margarita is the most common tequila-based cocktail in the United States and is also the most popular alcoholic beverage on Cinco de Mayo, the Mexican holiday celebrating a victory against the French in 1862. To celebrate the anniversary of Cinco de Mayo we are proud to provide you with 148 different Margarita recipes. Drink safely,… Read More >

5 Delicious Sangria Recipes

When the weather gets warm, it’s time to reach for the sangria! Common in Spain and Portugal during the warm summer months, this tasty cocktail has taken the world by storm. It was introduced to the United States during the 1964 World’s Fair and since then, people have been crafting their own delicious spins on… Read More >

How to: Make Limoncello

When friends travel to new places, I always tell them to bring me back shoes. Most of the time, they think I’m joking, and return with the usual knick-knacks of shot glasses and postcards. But recently, my friend spent some time in Italy and came back with something equally as fabulous as some Emilio Pucci… Read More >