Articles Tagged: soda

Pimm’s Cup

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Mardi Gras is next week and here’s a refreshing and light cocktail to get you ready for what lies ahead! The Pimm’s Cup was created in London by James Pimm in the 1840s but was adopted (and adapted) by the city of New Orleans! Here’s the Napoleon House version, which is now a New Orleans classic.

Pimm’s No. 1 is a tea-colored liqueur made with gin. Its said that the traditional version is made with … Read more

The Steel Curtain

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Pair with a Terrible Towel and enjoy. Courtesy of Hornitos Tequila. … Read more

Packer’s Punch

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Courtesy of Maker’s Mark.… Read more

Valentine’s Kiss

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 Courtesy of Plymouth Gin.… Read more

Midnight Rider

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Courtesy of Botran Rum.… Read more

Mojito X

Courtesy of X-Rated Fusion Liqueur.… Read more

Apricot Fizz

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If you’re loving the summer farmers market as much as we are, this is a drink for you! Apricots in the store are often hard and sour.

We used the homemade cherry bitters from this recipe. It’s a super-easy recipe, but you can definitely substitute store-bought cherry bitters. If you use commercial cherry bitters or another type of bitters, such as Angostura, be aware that they will be a little stronger and so you will … Read more

Yankee Doodle

Courtesy of Skyy Vodka.… Read more

Dewar’s Highball

Origins of the Highball (cocktail, not the glass) are rumored to be in the Midwest, specifically St. Louis. On some rail lines, if an engineer spotted a large steel ball resting upon an approaching signal pole, it was a sign that he should speed up. From that, the word “highball” evolved to mean a quickly prepared drink. Courtesy of Dewar’s.… Read more

X-Rated Summer

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This is a tall cool drink of summer in a glass. This combination of X-Rated Fusion Liqueur, watermelon and lemon juices and fresh basil is light and refreshing enough for a Sunday brunch, yet holds up on a warm summer night. Courtesy of X-Rated Fusion Liqueur.… Read more

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