Mix up these Valentine’s Day mocktails for a sweet sip that anyone can enjoy.
A shrub is a crisp, tangy picker-upper of a drink you can mix with sparkling water (and spiced rum, if you’re feeling frisky). Make this delicious apple version to celebrate fall.
The easiest place to find cocktail inspiration this time of year? The farmers' market. Shop for summer-seasonal fruits like strawberries and raspberries (because who doesn't love a good berry cocktail?) and fresh herbs to liven up your alcoholic drinks at home.
There are two key ways to make the perfect iced coffee at home: cold brew or hot brew over ice. Both techniques are easy to master, but here's how the recipes and preparation differ, as well as the right tools to help you master the job.
Why worry about watering down your iced coffee with regular (read: boring) ice cubes, when you can hack your favorite cold drink by using coffee ice cubes instead?
All about drip coffee? Learn more about the design process of the OXO Brew 9-Cup Coffee Maker(Opens in a new window), OXO's automatic coffee maker, designed to start your morning off right.
Whether you prefer French press, cold brew, drip, or pour over coffee, maximize your morning brew by choosing the best type of bean for your coffee making method.
Need to chill a bottle of sparkling or white wine or quickly? Try this easy trick that will have it cold and ready to drink in under 10 minutes. Plus, David Skurnik of Skurnik Wines reveals his favorites wines to drink chilled.
Nothing says summer vacation quite like drinking a fruity beverage served in a pineapple. But slicing the prickly fruit can be a hassle, and canned just isn’t the same.
The nights are brighter when you mix coffee and spirits to make a coffee cocktail.
Smoothies are a quick, easy breakfast (or anytime snack) when the summer heat is letting you know it’s just too hot to cook anything. We whipped up a few easy combos with some of our go-to fruits along with our friend, the immersion blender(Opens in a new window). It makes for easy smoothie-fication because you can blend right in the measuring beaker—no need to break out the measuring cup and