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!
This sparkling rose cocktail is full of seasonal fruit flavors, it’s festive, bubbly, and refreshing – and it’s just three simple ingredients!
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.
These simple Cranberry Mimosas are a delicious, low-key cocktail to celebrate the holidays with. Sweet and tart cranberry is the perfect counterpoint to dry sparkling wine, and a pop of lime oils ties everything together with its bright, citrusy flavor.
The Martini is the single most iconic cocktail of all time. The sleek, triangular cocktail glass and its three skewered green olives are instantly recognizable the world over. How did this simple, three ingredient gin cocktail become so famous? Let’s dive into the story of the classic gin Martini and the many cocktails it inspired.
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.