Sounds weird, tastes great. Do it before plums go out of season.
Here’s a snappy little cider drink made even crisper by your good friend: vodka.
Beer + Ginger Beer = Exactly what you want to drink a million of on a fading summer afternoon.
Turns out spiked tea pairs best with salty, smoky chocolate chip cookies.
This one got a little sticky.
Today in drinks you can make exclusively with bodega-bought ingredients: the Michelada.
A few variations on a super-simple cocktail will please friends who like sweet drinks and friends who don’t.
She never made hers in an old Brita pitcher but you know, details.
It’s strong enough to take the edge off yet not too strong to drink on an empty stomach. Better yet, it’s incredibly simple to make.
This dark rum drink is a pre-party winner in any kind of weather. Try the classic recipe or my new favorite unexpected take on it.
This amazing summer drink makes you wonder why the South Americans have been pushing Pisco Sours all these years.
It’s open season on frozen drinks. Here’s a frothy refresher to get you started!
Equally delicious at Wimbledon, Kiwi Christmas barbecues, and summer garden parties.
This sounds crazy wrong but trust me: two rights make a right.
You’re just going to have to trust me on this one.
Meet the Negroni: a crimson-colored cocktail too pretty to ignore.
It’s called the Santa Cruz Rum Daisy — and looks really pretty in a jar.
This cocktail is not just ideal for Kentucky Derby day, but also any other day of the year, if you ask me. Here’s tasty a recipe from an 1862 book that uses cognac instead of bourbon.
Warming and refreshing all at once — perfect for the early spring day drinking!