Sounds weird, tastes great. Do it before plums go out of season.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

With Orangina!

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

Here's a snappy little cider drink made even crisper by your good friend: vodka.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

Beer + Ginger Beer = Exactly what you want to drink a million of on a fading summer afternoon.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

Turns out spiked tea pairs best with salty, smoky chocolate chip cookies.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

This one got a little sticky.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

Today in drinks you can make exclusively with bodega-bought ingredients: the Michelada.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

A few variations on a super-simple cocktail will please friends who like sweet drinks and friends who don't.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

She never made hers in an old Brita pitcher but you know, details.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

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.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

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.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

This amazing summer drink makes you wonder why the South Americans have been pushing Pisco Sours all these years.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

It's open season on frozen drinks. Here's a frothy refresher to get you started!

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

Equally delicious at Wimbledon, Kiwi Christmas barbecues, and summer garden parties.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

This sounds crazy wrong but trust me: two rights make a right.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

You're just going to have to trust me on this one.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

Meet the Negroni: a crimson-colored cocktail too pretty to ignore.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

It's called the Santa Cruz Rum Daisy — and looks really pretty in a jar.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

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.

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago

Warming and refreshing all at once — perfect for the early spring day drinking!

Jenni Avins • 6 years ago