From ultra dry to dirty, the iconic martini can take many forms. James Bond had his Vesper, and then there’s the extra savory Gibson, garnished with a cocktail onion. But today I’m diving into some uncharted territory with this Birch Martini!
Lavender’s clean, floral aroma is the perfect way to add a touch of spring or summer to your cocktail. Although it’s usually paired with gin, it can also work surprisingly well with just about every other type of liquor!
The Floradora is a classic gin cocktail made with raspberry syrup, lime juice, and ginger ale. It’s fruity, refreshing, and a very pretty pink, too! I’m not sure why the Floradora isn’t a better known gin cocktail because it’s delicious, easy on the eyes, and made with readily available ingredients.
This bright and citrusy gin cocktail is the perfect way to add a little liquid sunshine to these frigid February days! With citrus season in full swing, deep winter is a great time to enjoy the sweet and sour flavors of mandarin oranges.
This post is sponsored by BarrelCharWood.com. All opinions are my own. Infusing spirits at home is one of the most rewarding ways to get creative in your home bar. With relatively little effort and without fancy equipment, you can personalize your liquors and create an infinite number of new flavor combinations. While botanical infusions like …
This honey and ginger-laced variation on the classic French 75 is the perfect festive cocktail for the holidays and other winter celebrations. If you’re looking for a unique and elegant drink to serve on New Year’s Eve, this fancy bubbly cocktail is a great choice that’s also easy to batch for guests.