If April 15th isn't the perfect day to enjoy an Income Tax Cocktail, there isn't one.
Serious Drinks shares the simple, alluring Napa Valley Mojito ~ made with grapes and sparkling wine
Cucumber Gin Cooler from Saveur to help ring in the weekend
Lavishmint is an entry into the Mint Vodka space where oddly there are few contenders. It's extremely easy to drink with a super minty long finish
The Communist: Since it's no longer the McCarthy era, you should give this reviver a try
Cabin Fever ~ Vermont Maple Syrup infused Rye Whiskey!
American Drink mixes up a classic: Blood and Sand cocktail
blackberry smash whiskey cocktail
Mezcal beyond the worm. A discovery of Mexico's other agave spirit.
Hendrick's Gin ~ always lovely packaging and playful graphic design ~ now with a Tea Cup!
The Culinary Chronicles shares pretty Strawberry Mojitos
First Look, Then Cook tempts us with a concoction of cucumber, raspberry, gin, aquavit, honey and lime
Nice retro packaging for the french "Menthe Pastille Giffard"
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Gary Regan shares cocktails named after NYC neighborhoods and asks readers to chime in with their creations named for San Francisco 'hoods
This Blueberry Infused Gin is made with cooked, organic blueberries and a full bottle of citrusy Plymouth Gin. Bright, fruity and delicious.
For this month's Mixology Monday, the Pegu Blog offers the Blue Beetle #2.
Homebrew a Belgian Tripel with Serious Eats
Alfredo Haberli Carafe for Georg Jensen ~ the top is literally a wooden spinning TOP! Such an elegant option to work some play into the table setting...
Give me the best drink recipe you’ve ever created - Mixology Monday - Your best! And here is my liquid baby - Pineapple Delight!
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Italesse's PRIVÉ BEACH line is beach/outdoor/kid-ready is made of polycrystal and looks gorgeous plus it's unbreakable!
Three versions of the Coconaut - containing rum, coconut, lime, coffee and mezcal - how can you possibly go wrong with these ingredients?
Design*Sponge Behind the Bar ~ Andrew & Carrie's Blackberry Smash
Gin, grapefruit, Aperol and rosemary sugar ~ the Italian Greyhound from Family Style Food sounds great!
The Blueberry Hill cocktail includes house-infused blueberry gin and an absinthe dust garnish. Learn how to make everything from the comfort of your own kitchen.
Fryd Food & Drink introduces VOD-K, a new Caramel & Truffle flavored premium vodka with branding and package design by Paris-based QSLD.
Absinthe ~ as mixed into absinthe and raisin ice cream!
Straight vermouth, sip it solo. Here is a list of five to try from the wallstreet journal.
Buttermilk Maple Gin Flip from Serious Eats, the closest thing to a pancake cocktail
Learn how to make a pecan bourbon infusion with a hint of spice. Then feature your homemade creation in this perfect cocktail recipe, The Dorothy Dandridge.
Try this delectable apricot cocktail with a sassy name: the Knicker Twist.
The mysterious witches wine... Pinot Noir Virginia Marie Lambrix
Held Vodka ~ adorably packaged Berlin discovery! It's a local vodka with a lot of history, but the bottle and graphic are what pulled me in first for sure!
The world's first personal brewery, the WilliamsWarn makes commercial quality beer, chilled and straight from the tap in just 7 days. Watch the videos.
Best bars to drink a Mojito in Paris
If the Leap Year cocktail doesn't make your beloved say "I do," blame Gilbert and Sullivan.
the kitchn shares 5 Tips from Chemists for Making the Best Bloody Mary.
I Recommend Vodka greeting card - i'm sure you can come up with ideas for when to use it...
Is using a piece of a Magic 8-Ball a cool garnish idea? All signs point to yes.
Birthday celebration with white and red sangria!
Simple and refreshing: Basil Mojito time!
The Income Tax Cocktail - when your taxes are finished, celebrate (or console yourself) with this classic cocktail.
Teqa, opened it’s doors to Manhattan’s Murray Hill Neighborhood offering them an unparalleled selection of unique alcohol, a scrumptious celebrity chef, and an interior which embodies old world elegance with hints of modernism!
A Salty Dog with a vanilla salt rim from Two Tarts
Have access to seasonal produce? Snatch up some Seville oranges and try this recipe, adapted by Nick Strangeway for Pioneers of Mixology.