Page 2 - cocktails
This refreshing homemade lemonade recipe uses a fancy cocktail approach, for maximum delicious and lemonade-y flavor. Read on to find out how to make it.
America's Test Kitchen(Opens in a new window) shares their recipe for an Irish Coffee - a well-balanced drink made of coffee, Irish whiskey and sugar.
The Faux Martha(Opens in a new window) shares her tips for making simple citrus summer cocktails, plus recipes for a refreshing Paloma and Mojito.
This simple citrus punch comes together with any variety of citrus, as long as it’s fresh.
The nights are brighter when you mix coffee and spirits to make a coffee cocktail.
Three easy recipes to follow for making classic cocktails - an Old-Fashioned, Tom Collins and Daiquiri.
We’ve shared how to brew a great French press coffee(Opens in a new window), but have you ever thought about using your French press to make a cocktail? From tea-infused toddies to fruit-infused sangria, using a French press(Opens in a new window) makes
Summer weekends with family and friends, whether in your backyard or at the beach, go hand in hand with big-batch cocktails. It also helps that there’s an abundance of fresh fruit this time of year that makes cocktail making even more fun and delicious.
Everybody’s Irish on St Paddy's Day, and what better way to celebrate than with a fresh take on Irish coffee? The cocktail, which rose to prominence in the 1940s, is typically a mix of hot brewed coffee sweetened with sugar, a tipple of Irish whiskey, and a dash of fresh cream or whipped cream. And while there’s nothing wrong with a classic Irish coffee—we’re including a recipe here because how could we not!—why stop there?