This is a super easy margarita recipe that doesn’t require any blending or making simple syrup. Shake, pour, sip.
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.