This fall cocktail created by Jamie Boudreau is named after the ghostly light that appears over bogs. It’s unique combination of ingredients will ensure that yours will be the only party serving this lightly-spiced concoction. Photo by Spirits and Cocktails.
Sangria gets its name from the Spanish word for “bloody.” This recipe uses dark fruits and cognac, lending a darker color and autumnal twist to a classic punch. Photo by the Sacramento Bee.
A great drink at parties. Thanks, Corey!
Connie’s original recipe!
This classic cocktail originated in 1915 at the Raffles Hotel, Singapore by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon.