We love a great and easy holiday dessert that looks like you took a lot of time, but it’s easy and elegant! Some of the best holiday desserts are small portions that are finger food so that your guests can try all the different desserts with out overloading their plate! With a good finger foodRead more
This sparkling holiday cocktail is perfect for the upcoming season of parties and events! We loved the flavor combination of tart and sweet in this drink, and the addition of some homemade cranberry simple syrup to make it even more holiday themed! The Holiday Berry Sparkler is a definite drink to make for your nextRead more
We love a good Old Fashioned cocktail, and this one is perfect for the holidays! Cranberry Simple Syrup, Rye and bitters are a great combo! We love a great Old Fashioned, but it is nice to occasionally mix it up with some seasonal additions. With Christmas coming up, we decided to embrace the YuletideRead more
We have a great collection of New Years cocktails here for you to celebrate 2016 in style! Cheers to the new year!
Shrubs are usually in summer cocktails, but we loved this combination for the holidays! The holidays bring lots of great seasonal flavors, one of the best being the fresh tart flavor of cranberries. Lots of classic Thanksgiving and Christmas dishes use cranberries, but probably the most famous cranberry dish is cranberry relish. Most peopleRead more
If you need some ideas for cocktails this fall – how about 25 of them? We have all different kinds to offer you! There are so many autumnal flavors listed here – cranberry, apple, orange, pumpkin, vanilla, cinnamon……yum!) These are great for autumn, but these will carry you through winter, too! Cheers! Pin It HERE!Read more
A classic cocktail! Ready below for the history! Cheers! This cocktail is an update on the classic cocktail called the Greyhound, which was reputed to have been concocted by the famous American bartender Harry Craddock in the 1920s and was mentioned in his Savoy Cocktail book that was published in 1930. The Greyhound was originallyRead more