Eggnog's not just for the holidays and this homemade version with a little St. Germain will make spring seem not so far away.
Pompelmocello, or the grapefruit version of limoncello.
The Blue Brew: Stilton cheese & ale, in one glass.
Polar Bar. A project by hansandfranz for a drink in the snow on a Munich roof.
The S-Biner Ahhh... from Nite Ize has two sturdy gate closures, allowing both ends to operate as a multifunctional carabiner. Both ends also function as bottle openers.
Dating to the mid-1930s, the Gypsy demonstrates vodka’s utility in drinks with strongly flavored liqueurs.
Lipstick Blogger shares a recipe for homemade coffee liqueur
The original Hurricane cocktail simple improved with a grenadine for color - best Hurricane recipe ever.
The inspiration to create this cocktail came form one of my favorite posters: La tournée du Chat Noir avec Rodolphe Salis, painted by the Art Nouveau artist Théophile Steinlen.
Perfecting My Bloody Mary Recipe!
In season: The Meyer Lemon Whiskey Sour. Three simple ingredients. So good.
The New York Times explores the strange relationship between exercise and alcohol consumption.
Bon Appetit explores 'restorative' cocktails. Here's the Tippling Bros. Magical Pain Extractor, which is good for what ails you.
It's not too late for a Tom and Jerry!
Frank Bruni of the NYtimes shares 3 drinks from 2011 that achieve an equisite balance of flavors.
Hot Spiced Ginger Rum By Laurie Knoop and Photography by Bill Brady
Corpse Reviver #2- balance, pedigree, and deliciousness come together in one perfect cocktail!
This week’s Tasteologie and Liqurious roundup is truly sumptuous, brimming with delectable colors and textures.
Mmmm Glogg! It's still chilly enough, this would be the perfect drink! Here's Barina Craft's version.
The Swirl Girls show us Champagne Granita, a lovely use of leftover Champagne
Perhaps it comes as a surprise that there is currently a trendy movement occurring in Los Angeles that has seen the marriage of books and bars.
I was looking for a Japanese whisky for so long as it’s not easy at all to find such whiskies in Tri-city!
Dr. Bamboo finds sanctuary in a simple, three-ingredient cocktail.
Commandaria - An old Cyprus wine, which used to be served in vessels like this, is the oldest wine still in modern production, according to the Smithsonian.
Favorite drink for Don Draper of "Mad Men", the old fashioned is one of the six classic cocktails mentioned in David Embury's book, "The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks".
The New York Times profiles the Dunkel-style beer, a dark lager from Bavaria.
Honeyed Hot Tea Toddy with Candied Citrus Peel, the perfect beverage when you're feeling bad!
Created by Miles Karakasevic, a 12th-generation Yugoslavian distiller who established his privately owned Charbay distillery in Mendocino in 1983.
Dark Rum and Campari…makes for a wonderful combo together in mixed drinks.
The Martini, throughout the years, and the irish winning 'modern martini ' at the 42 BelowCocktail World Cup in new zealand
BEET ME: a delicious cocktail made from beet juice.
Zarb Champagne - gorgeously playful packaging design that makes you think differently about the pleasures of champagne...
Smirnoff Vodka goes head to head in a blind taste test with 2 other more expensive, popular vodkas.
West Indian Planter's Punch, Green tea, rum, cognac, madeira and guava jelly for sweetness... another gem from the 19th Century!
Blow Pop Martini Jelly Shots, a fun little adult bite made with lemonade, sour liqueur and Bubble Gum flavored vodka!
This New Year's Eve, we ask the loaded question, "How about a nice Hawaiian punch?"
Winter White Sangria with Pomegranate and Lime
Daily Candy Email Subject: Serve Drinks Without Dirtying Any Glasses... solution? Make punch... in the form of a giant jello mold!
La Perla. The deep fruitiness of a reposado tequila meets the richness of an elegant pear liqueur, with the delicate flavor of manzanilla tying the ingredients together.
The Fox Is Black rounds up SIX GUIDES TO PROPER DRINK MAKING!
Just in time for New Year's Eve -- two 19th century Champagne punches: Jerry Thomas' own and Pope.
It's time to round up the bubbly for New Years Eve to make a slew of festive drinks, including the Kir Royale
Make your last cocktail of the year the Last Word, the wonderful revived concoction of gin, Chartreuse, maraschino and lime.
The rose water (or rose syrup) has an intense flavor that gives an exotic twist to the cocktail. Even after the degustation was over you still can fell the rose taste.
Limoncello is a popular Italian liqueur, but you can use other citrus. I like grapefruit. Here's how.
Santa's Hat Jelly Shots, made with cranberry, Malibu rum, grenadine and a coconut garnish. Santa loves them and so will you!