Articles Tagged: lemon

Steelers Cider

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Courtesy Maker’s Mark.… Read more

Packer’s ROCKS

Courtesy Absolut Wild Tea vodka.… Read more

Hot Toddy

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It’s cold season and this winter has been harsh. Having succumbed to the evil flu earlier this week, I decided to explore the aged old cure all, the hot toddy. I started with a tea-based toddy, but really took to a clove, cinnamon and lemon rind mix. Simmering those spices unleashes all their goodness and lets it get into your bones, really.

Of course, you’ll want to keep doing all the other things you need … Read more

Love and Roses

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 Courtesy of Plymouth Gin.… Read more

Kentucky Apple Sour Jellies

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Jell-O shots are fun, but they don’t taste like cocktails.  This sophisticated take on the Jell-O shot, which like the Brits we’re going to call a “jelly,” tastes like a cocktail in solid form. I reinterpreted the Kentucky Apple Sour, a recipe from our upcoming book DIY Cocktails, and turned it into a jiggly finger food. I used sparkling apple juice because I had some in the house and think it adds a little … Read more

Fireside Martini

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On these cold winter nights, what you need is a cocktail! Here’s one designed for nights by the fire. Courtesy of Grey Goose.… Read more

Hula Dancer’s Delight

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Courtesy of Skyy Vodka.… Read more

Brandy Crusta

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I love a nice Cognac cocktail in the winter! Here’s a classic that you don’t see around much that’s worth a try. The Brandy Crusta is a 19th-century cocktail that was the predecessor to the Sidecar.  Like many great cocktails, it originated in New Orleans, so Peychaud’s is the perfect bitters for this concoction. Courtesy of Absolut Vodka.… Read more

Spice and Everything Nice Mulled Cider

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Courtesy of Maker’s Mark Bourbon.… Read more

Scream Soda

Courtesy of thebar.com.… Read more

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