When spicy meets sweet...it's a festival of flavors that can't be beat! Try this refreshing cocktail on a hot summer day.
2. Beautiful Blackberry Crush Cocktail
Specialty cocktails are such a great way to impress your guests. It's tart and slightly sweet with a little touch of sparkle...and the prettiest color. It's a lovely summer drink with fresh muddled blackberries...perfect for sipping at sunset.
3. ABSOLUT THANKSGIVING COOLER
Learn how to mix this refreshing cocktail for the holidays!
4. Bloody Mary w/ Dark Lager Malt Beer
The classic bloody Mary is a 'go to cocktail' for weekend mornings. This pumped up version has so many good ingredients in it...it's like a meal in itself! Try it out at your next brunch or any time you want a fun cocktail!
5. Smoked Anise Cocktail: a New Take on the Classic Martini
Try this simple and delicious spin on the classic vodka martini, the smoked anise cocktail, for your next party. Learn to make this easy but sophisticated cocktail, where the vodka base will amplify the flavors of anise, malt, and smoke. Watch this Grokker Premium video and mix one up for yourself along with expert “H.” Joseph Ehrmann, proprietor of Elixir Saloon.
6. Cantaloupe & Basil Agua Fresca Drink
This sweet, refreshing recipe is a home run for the summer and hot days. Give it a try!
7. Happy Hour: Sunset Sangria Drink
This sweet blended drink will keep guests cool at your next cocktail party.
8. Refreshing Vodka Rosemary Lemonade
Try this light and refreshing cocktail. Make a beautiful batch at your next party!
9. Fresh Watermelon Mint Sangria
Sangria is a great summertime cocktail. It's cool, refreshing, and a great way to entertain friends.
10. The Tipsy Turkey Thanksgiving Cocktail
Thanksgiving is around the corner and I couldn't be more excited! While others clamor to prepare turkey (tofurky!) and all the fixings for their annual feast, I like to prepare something a little more...festive. Steamed pumpkin? Check! Cinnamon & spice? Check! Maple syrup? Check! Watch the video to see this amazing recipe (it's got Turkey in the title for godsakes!) and learn how to add a different twist to your cocktail festivities this year.