Gin Violette Cocktail is a fun and colorful cocktail with a floral and herbaceous note. The drink is made with gin, Crème de Violette, red wine, and other ingredients. Also in the blog post, you will learn what is dry-shake, why we double strain this cocktail, how we made the stunning froth, and how this Crème de Violette tastes.
Celebrate the beginning of the summer with a different take on the famous Cuban Mojito. We are giving this drink a summery feeling by grilling the pineapple and adding a unique smoky touch. If you are a mojito fan, you’ll love this grilled pineapple mojito that is a perfect combination of smoky, minty, and fruity flavors. This cocktail will become your favorite drink in a jiffy.
The French Martini is a relatively popular cocktail made of vodka, raspberry liqueur (Chambord) and pineapple juice. We’ll tell you what adjustments you can make to your liking, and how to make a sparkling French Martini. But besides knowing how to make one, don’t you want to know where it came from, why it’s French, and is it really a martini? Let’s find out together.
An espresso martini is fairly easy to make. Shake together vodka, coffee liquor, creme de cacao, and espresso. But if you want a nice thick frothy top to hold a 3 espresso bean garnish, here are a few pro tips to know so that you can call yourself a weekend mixologist.
Grilled Orange Margarita is a delicious sunny drink! This easy margarita blends the sweetness of grilled oranges with fresh lime juice and aged tequila, and balanced wonderfully with beechwood smoked sea salt on the rim! This drink’s glowing color, soothing feel, and smoky flavors excite the palate for more.
Simple ingredients from the traditional margarita come together beautifully as a refreshing alcoholic smoothie by blending in cucumber, honey, & thyme. This healthy looking margarita slush is garnished with shaved cucumber and served in a tumbler. Drink this slushy drink feeling good that you are eating your greens in a fun way.
This Leap Year Cocktail Recipe of gin, Grand Marnier & sweet vermouth will showcase your mixology talent at your home Leap Year cocktail party. Find out who created it in 1928, what it tastes like, and how to make it perfectly for your guests.
Bloomsbury Garden Cocktail is a refreshing alcoholic drink brought to you from the Anchor & Den Bar during our trip to Grand Cayman. You can make this effervescently delightful drink and & impress your friends. Made with rosemary infused gin, elderflower liqueur, fig marmalade, and tonic water, this wonderful drink will be your new go-to cocktail.
Blood Orange Vodka Soda is a cocktail we discovered at the movie theater. Yes, I said at the movies. This unique and refreshing drink is a balance of vodka, Solerno blood orange liqueur, elderflower liqueur, and club soda. Check out our recipe write-up for how we discovered it, how to make it, and some pro tips to play with the color and sweetness.
Fig Vodka Martini is a delightful, unique mixture of vodka, triple sec, apple and lime juices, and Navarino Icons Fig Marmalade, but you can use any high quality fig jam or marmalade. If you love figs, you will love this easy cocktail. If you don’t like figs, or think they don’t belong in cocktails, as did I, read on and give it a chance.