Lavender Rum Cocktail. The following post was written by Craig Chapman, who blogs at Real Food Real Kitchens and is part of POPSUGAR Select Food.
Share This LinkCopy When Brooklyn-born and -raised Bridget Firtle started her own small-batch distillery called the Noble Experiment, she was in for a life-changing adventure. Leaving her job working for a hedge fund to start this business was life-changing in a big way . . . sort of like getting married is life-changing in a big way! So to help take that edge off a bit, and add some deliciousness to the experience, it seemed fitting to share this floral cocktail made from her distillery's rum, a spirit that is as full and memorable as the special day of your wedding. Makes 1 cocktail Ingredients:For the lavender syrup: 1 cup of granulated sugar 1 1/2 heaping tablespoons of fresh culinary lavender 1 1/2 heaping tablespoons of dried culinary lavender Directions For more on Bridget Firtle's story, visit The Noble Experiment NYC. Everything's Coming Up Rainbows~, Wines for people who hate wine.
Different Sangria Recipes. Summer patio parties call for pitchers of sangria to pass around.
For punch newbies, this alcoholic drink is usually made with wine mixed with fresh fruit and juice and served over ice. It's that simple, but if you need some flavor combinations, then here are six recipes to start you off. Peachy White Wine Sangria Share This LinkCopy Photo: Anna Monette Roberts The rainbow assortment of fruit in the peachy white wine sangria is the true showstopper. Tinto de Verano Photo: Nicole Perry You would never guess it, but lemon-lime soda is the star ingredient in this red wine spritzer.
Pinot-Grita OK, the pinot-grita is more of a frozen margarita made with white wine, but add a splash of orange liqueur, and it fits in the sangria category, right? Cocktails Under 200 Calories: Food & Diet: Self.com. Healthy Margarita Recipe. Before you celebrate National Margarita Day with a margarita at your local bar or restaurant, make this low-calorie recipe at home.
Not only will it taste better, but you'll also save on calories — a lot of restaurant and bar margaritas are made with mixers that contain corn syrup and ingredients you can't pronounce. This recipe, which purists will love, has only 144 calories and uses natural, simple ingredients. Notes The margarita has been riffed on several times over, but, being a purist, I'm a fan of the classic recipe. And while "classic recipe" may be debatable, the popular 3-2-1 formula (three parts tequila, two parts lime juice, and one part Cointreau) is the one I always go back to. If you find this recipe to be too tart for your tastes, the tiniest amount of agave syrup should do the trick. Ingredients. Stir & Scribble: Rhubarb Strawberry Margarita.
How come there aren't more jam cocktails?
Mixing jam and booze is possibly the best more underrated idea ever.
A Guide to 30 Different Delicious Shots You've Always Been Too Shy to Order. Dear boys and girls.
Sometimes we get in a mood and have an urge to try something we saw in Cosmo once. It happens. You’re at a bar, working up the courage to approach the bartender. You decide to go for it, because Drake said so, and casually ask them for a Blow Job. They look at you for a moment, then to your relief, they smile and say “Sure.” Shit. Healthy Margarita Recipe.
Shirley Temple Recipe. Valentine’s Day is next Friday and we’re spending it together as a family.
There won’t be any romantic dinners for two here but I actually prefer spending it with my little ones anyway. I find it much more fun to spend the day creating themed crafts, food and beverages. One of my personal favourite non-alcoholic beverages is the Shirley Temple and the kids love it too for something festive. I love the layers of the Shirley Temple both visually and in flavour. As a child, what I looked forward to most whenever my parents would treat us out to a restaurant was knowing the first drink I would order would be the Shirley Temple. Coconut Creamsicle Margaritas. Here’s what I have realized in the past 12 hours: I have a ridiculous amount of margarita and taco recipes.
Can’t even deal. I’m like, oh, maybe I’ll make a list of some cinco de mayo recipes at the request of my invisible internet friends, which ultimately turned into my computer freezing because I had about 64 tabs open on my browser. That’s what happens when your first name is pro and your last is crastinator. Oompf. Cold-Brew Iced Coffee Concentrate Recipe. RECIPES & MENUS / Recipes Shares 12 ounces coarsely ground fresh coffee beans Milk (optional) Nutritional Information.
Boozy Birthday Cake Shots. Happy St.
Patty’s Day to you! So this won’t be the longest post I’ve ever written, or the most Irish (aside from the fact that I really am 25% Irish) for that matter, but I wanted you to know that I’m here (bearing sprinkly booze), and I’m back in action. Over the past few months I’ve been working on some projects that are sort of behind-the-scenes (and I hope to soon share), and it’s meant less frequent blog posts, so thanks for being patient with me.
I’m happy to say that I’m almost caught up and ready for a new phase! I wanted to share this boozy delight with you to get the weekend off to the right start, because it’s just too much fun not to.