Articles Tagged: sparkling

Champagne Cocktail Picks for New Year’s Eve

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Champagne cocktails are a festive and fun way to welcome the New Year. You’ll already have some bubbly on hand, so here are a few ways you can fancy it up for 2012:

    Death in the Afternoon – Absinthe and champagne, a simple and sophisticated combo
    Sparkling Hibiscus Champagne Cocktail – Drop a hibiscus flower into your Champagne for a beautiful presentation and light floral flavor
    Lemon Herb Sparkler – Galliano liqueur and Meyer lemons … Read more

Mojito and Collins Picks for the End of Summer

post iconClose out summer with some refreshing Collins and Mojito cocktails …Read More

Nectarine and Honey Cocktail

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Fall may be approaching, but that doesn’t mean the end of fresh fruit in your cocktail! This simple sparkling drink is good in a heat wave or autumn breeze, so drink up.

You can try this with your favorite fruit. We love nectarines, but plums, peaches, cherries, or apricots would also taste great with honey.

Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz vodka
1 oz honey syrup (half honey, half warm water)
1/2 oz lemon juice
1/2 nectarine, … Read more

Mother’s Day Blackberry Champagne Cocktail

post iconCelebrate Mother’s Day with a champagne cocktail made with blackberries and gin …Read More

Paloma

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Margaritas are a great way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. But they’re not the only way! Here’s one of my favorite tequila cocktails, the Paloma. This cocktail is a tall, cool and not too sweet. Tequila, lime and grapefruit juice (or soda). So nice on a hot day.

Ingredients:
2 oz tequila (blanco or reposado)
1 oz lime juice
4-5 oz grapefruit juice or soda
1 pinch of salt

Directions:
Build in a tall glass … Read more

Tequila Tangerine Dream

post iconTequila Tangerine Dream combines lavender and tangerine in a mojito-style drink …Read More

Lemon Verbena Spring Fling Cocktail

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Now that spring is in full bloom, it’s time to take advantage of all the fresh cocktail ingredients available to us!

I used fresh lemons and lemon verbena along with Tru2 Organic Gin, which is highly recommend for this cocktail (and others, for that matter). Lemon verbena has a flavor that is like a mild mint with a lemony finish, so we thought it would be perfect for muddling and mixing. And I was right.… 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

Raspberry Sparkler

post iconRaspberry Sparkler This refreshing red drink will keep you cool long after 4th of July fireworks are done
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Cucumber-Basil Collins

post iconCucumber-Basil Collins An easy-to-make cucumber infused gin is the centerpiece of this refreshing cocktail …Read More

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