This herbal spin on a traditional gin fizz uses the homemade citrus gin that we made last week. You don’t have to use citrus gin, but it really gives this gin fizz some extra jazz.
I am on such a gin drink roll these days! This homemade citrus gin is the latest in my gin-making adventures, and I can’t wait to use it in a cocktail next week.
Mad Men starts back up in just a few weeks, and I am SO EXCITED. I’ve been wanting to come up with a Mad Men cocktail to celebrate and finally landed on a recipe last week. It’s basically the opposite of an old fashioned.
Gin and ginger is nothing new, but making this cocktail with kiwi-infused gin elevates this simple drink into something really special.
OK, so you don’t have to make a small batch of this kiwi gin. I made a small one, because I only had a small amount of gin in the house. Size this recipe up to make as much as you like!
Citrus in a creamy drink might sound a little bit curdly, but this tangerine White Russian uses homemade tangerine vodka to get that orange-and-coffee goodness without effecting the milk.
This is my last Friday Cocktail recipe of the year, so I wanted to go out with a semi-elaborate bang. Around here, that means a fruity, herbal, boozy shrub.
I know, technically I guess you can’t call eggless nog “egg nog,” but this is me doing that very thing. And I’m not sorry. This eggless egg nog is rich, creamy, and satisfying. Who needs eggs?