In celebration of the most historic inauguration ever, Svedka Vodka, Voted #1 Vodka of 2033, is unveiling the $700 Billion Martini, the perfect icebreaker for President Obama to serve when CEOs unexpectedly “drop by” looking for a bailout. Courtesy of Svedka Vodka.
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Nothing keeps you warm and cozy on a cold holiday night like a hot cocktail. Courtesy of Grey Goose.
In celebration of the 75th Anniversary 21st Amendment, or the repeal of the 18th, Double Cross Vodka created “Amendment 21.” A combination of Double Cross Diamond Filtered Vodka (yes, diamonds), Maderia, scotch and honey, Amendment 21 is robust, refreshing and retro. Cheers!
Courtesy of Double Cross Vodka.
This champagne cocktail is inspired by ri(1) rye whiskey, which I used in this recipe. It has a light flavor without being too sweet or too weak, which is the downfall of some champagne cocktails.
Who said Thanksgiving dinner is all about the Turkey, the stuffing and the wine. I say cocktails are in order, and this one even calls for cranberry sauce. What is more Thanksgiving than that? Courtesy of Beefeater Gin.
The nice folks at Wild Turkey have made a traditional thanksgiving meal out of Jimmy Russel’s creation, Wild Turkey 101. Yes, it is 101 proof, almost cask strength bourbon, and perfect for getting you through Thanksgiving with the Mother-in-law. It’s so easy to prepare, there’s no need to learn how to cook. Cranberries and rosemary make great traditional side-dishes, so you’ll have a well-rounded Thanksgiving meal.
For turkey that you can’t overcook:
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The geniuses at the Food Network came up with this simple but intriguing beer cocktail. The recipe calls for a chocolate stout. I’d recommend one by Rogue Ales or Wells & Young’s Brewing Company. Photo courtesy of Food Network.
This ghostly cauldron of licorice-melon flavors was conceived by Scott Gemmell of award-winning LA Bartenders. A delicate balance of black sambuca and green Midori, spooky indeed! Courtesy of Luxardo.
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.
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