Articles Tagged: punch

It’s Spring!

We made it! Spring is here. So, what does spring mean for us? Vibrant fresh cocktails, that's what!

Gung Hay Fat Choy!

Welcome in the Year of the Dragon by trying out a few of these recipes inspired by this special holiday!

Winter Spice Sangria

Fresh for the New Year, Sandemam’s created this fragrant winter sangria. Great for a playoff party, for the non beer set. If you can’t find clemetines, it’s OK to substitute fresh oranges.

Winter Spice Sangria

Ingredients:
1 bottle of Sandeman Founders Reserve Porto
4 oz cinnamon Schnapps
3 clementines, quartered
6 oz cranberries
18 oz sparkling clementine juice or soda
6 oz cranberry juice
4 cinnamon sticks
Ground allspice to taste

Directions: 
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January is National Hot Tea Month

January is National Hot Tea Month and there's no better way to celebrate than to jump right in and start enjoying some piping hot cocktails.

Ciderhouse Sangria

Ingredients:
1 bottle of Sandeman Founders Reserve Port
24 oz apple cider  
3 oz rye whiskey
1.5 oz maple syrup
2 Granny Smith apples
2 pears

Directions:
Dice apples and pears and set aside. Mix all remaining ingredients together in pitcher. Add in apples and pears. Let sit for at least 8-12 hours (or overnight).

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Cullen Cocktails: Toast To Twilight!

For those of you who haven't guessed, I have a bit of a vampire fetish.

Bloody Red Rum Sangria

Ingredients:
1 750ml bottle of spiced rum
1/2 bottle Voga Merlot
6 oz. fresh lime juice
6 oz. triple sec liqueur
6 oz. simple syrup
2 limes sliced in thin wheels
2 red oranges sliced in thin wheels

Directions:
Chill ingredients overnight or at least a few hours before the party. Add all ingredients into a large punch bowl. Float a large ice block to keep it cool. These can be made easily using a … Read more

Halloween Punch Recipes

Round up of devilish Halloween punch recipes

St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur Review

St. Germain is a liquor that is made from macerated elderflower blossoms that are then blended with spirit made from grapes. It brightens a Champagne cocktail, makes Gin sing and is a potent addition to any punch bowl.

How to Create a Fog Effect for Your Halloween Punch

Dry ice turns an ordinary party punch into a spooky Halloween brew!

Instructions:
    Start with 2 punch bowls of different sizes. The smaller bowl will hold the actual punch while the larger bowl will hold the smaller bowl and the dry ice. With tongs or gloved hands (dry ice can freeze your skin), place chunks of dry ice in the bigger container. Place the smaller bowl on top of the dry ice. There is no
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