This brilliant blue cocktail features rum, peach, a splash of blue curacao, and bubbly Mio Sparkling Sake. Embrace the peak of summer (or transport yourself there during the colder months) with this refreshing, effervescent sipper.
The Garibaldi is a fruity, bittersweet brunch cocktail that’s easy but so satisfying! At its simplest, it takes just two ingredients to make: Campari and orange juice. You can just throw the two together in a glass over ice and have a nice drink, but with a teensy bit of extra effort you can make an incredibly delicious, elevated Garibaldi.
The Piña Verde is a modern tropical cocktail made with an unusual base spirit: green Chartreuse. Inspired by the classic Piña Colada, the Piña Verde is a blend of Chartreuse (in place of white rum), pineapple, coconut, and lime.
This lighter take on the classic Negroni replaces the fortifying gin with a couple ounces of sparkling wine. My upgraded version infuses the Campari with fresh strawberries for an even more flavorful and summery aperitivo. This Strawberry Negroni Sbagliato is fruity, bittersweet, herbal, and effervescent. The bubbles from the sparkling wine make it a refreshing treat on these warm late summer days.
The Toronto is a classic rye whiskey cocktail that features the bitter liqueur Fernet Branca. Similar to an Old Fashioned, the Toronto is made with whiskey, simple syrup, Angostura bitters, and the addition of a splash of Fernet. History of the cocktail Like many classics, the history of the Toronto is up for debate. No …