Kicking off this year’s holiday season with this blushing Pomegranate Margarita. Made with tequila, triple sec, pomegranate juice, lime juice and a homemade pomegranate syrup. Rimmed with a tangy and salty tajin rim to bring it all together. This is a great seasonal margarita playing off those fresh pomegranates this time of year, and warming it up with a hint of cinnamon and star anise. Shake it up at your next holiday get together for a sure fire crowd pleaser.
This Cranberry Bourbon Smash is sure to be a hit this holiday season. Finished with a bubbly sparkling water, this festive cocktail is made with a silky vibrant homemade cranberry puree, fresh cranberries, infused with a rosemary and orange syrup and shaken over ice with bourbon.
Hard Peach Lemonade made with real peach puree and tea infused lemonade mixed together with vodka for a refreshing summer cocktail. Fresh peaches pureed then mixed together with steeped tea and hand-squeezed lemon juice all finished with a little bit of vodka. This drink requires just 10 minutes to make and only four ingredients- doesn’t get easier!
Watermelon Mint Lemonade- there’s just nothing like a glass of freshly squeezed lemon juice on a hot summer day. Add juiced watermelon and mint into the mix for a mind blowing twist. Super easy, light and refreshing batch of freshly juiced and squeezed watermelon mixed with homemade mint simple syrup and lemon juice that only takes 15 minutes to make.
Classic Margarita shaken up with smoky Mezcal mixed with a touch of orange liqueur and fresh squeezed citrus. Fresh lime juice mixed with tequila shaken and served on the rocks with a salty rim is the perfect quick and easy summer drink and Cinco de Mayo refresher.
A refreshing spin on a gin sour. This cocktail features Empress 1908 gin, freshly squeezed grapefruit juice, St-Germain Elderflower liquor, a homemade butterfly pea syrup and is finished with a frothy egg white foam. With Spring approaching, it just feels right to be enjoying something that’s floral, light and bright and of course has to […]