raspberry godiva cocktail. recipe shows how to make his and hers!
Moscow Mule: A green(ish), non-Irish cocktail for St. Patty's Day.
The Revolver: Arm yourself with this bourbon and coffee liqueur cocktail.
A frothy, creamy tropical cocktail.
A Baby Guinness...is not really Guinness at all!
Fredo improves the Japanese Cocktail using Yamazaki 12 year and homemade orgeat syrup.
Food Republic shares the recipe for a cocktail with a really long name from Qi Thai Grill in Williamsburg.
Emerald is not only the Pantone color of 2013, but also a great cocktail made with Irish Whiskey to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
DIY Root Beer Liqueur
Snap Yourself Awake Blood Mary - Get Spicy with Your Blood Mary
Champs Élysées Cocktail from Saveur ~ a lovely combination of yellow Charteuse and brandy
Loki, a new scotch comes in a great Viking-inspired package!
The Last Word Cocktail: A Perfect Green Drink for St. Patrick's Day!
Whisky Tornado - an imbibable column of whisky vapour from food designers Bompas & Parr. The Whisky Tornado is part of Feed Your Mind: The King’s Festival of Food and Ideas at King’s College London
Broiled honey and brown sugar grapefruit boozayyy spritzer. Its springtime, yo.
Hangar 1 celebrates their new bottle redesign with a Vodka Tasting Tour in a Box! Alongside their new graduated cylinder like bottle (with rubber stopper!) are dropper bottles of the various flavors and a pipette!
Drink Spirits takes you behind the scenes of the Don Julio Tequila Distillery to show you how tequila is made.
The President cocktail: Hail to the chief.
Lime Batido, easy frozen cocktail that can be turned into a mocktail if you skip the rum. Fun to dye green for St. Patrick's Day!
The Gentleman´s Survival Kit includes: Hatchet, Match Tin, Kindling Tin, Flask, Whiskey, Kindling, Matches and Leather Straps...
This week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious includes eggs in a blanket, blackberry margaritas, cranberry fettuccine and more.
Pear Rum Blush, made with Prosecco ~ from Eat Boutique
Honey adds a touch of floral sweetness to the classic French 75 champagne cocktail.
The Bartendo, a drink dispensing, Raspberry Pi-powered robot that lets you hook the dispensers to various juices and liquors, then make a drink by choosing it on your tablet or smartphone.
The Corpse Reviver #2 is a classic cocktail that was created as a trusty “hair of the dog” remedy for the hangover.
An alliance of Irish and French spirits yields one delicious concoction.
Blackberry Margaritas - a fruity twist on a classic cocktail.
Pink Gin - a simple cocktail that originated in 19th century England
A quick and easy Thai Inspired Mocktail that could also be a fun Cocktail with a bit of Rum, Vodka or Tequila!
Dragoon's Punch from Barbells and Bellinis
Pimm's Cup float from Full Fork Ahead ... Brilliant!
Dublin Appletini. Your St. Paddy's Day Cocktail
Basil Blueberry Infused Vodka
A masculine cocktail based on the Beggar's Banquet—a beer, bourbon, and maple syrup drink—with an Irish twist
Woodford Reserve reveals its Kentucky Derby bottle. See where it's made in Drink Spirits Behind The Scenes of Woodford Reserve.
Irish Maiden Cocktail – whiskey, homemade honey simple syrup + a little ginger & grapefruit. If you’re not a whiskey lover this Irish inspired cocktail will change your mind!
Leprechaun Mojito, nice St. Patrick's Day twist to the traditional Mojito.
Green Whiskey Smash for St Patrick's Day from Always Order Dessert
The Presbyterian Cocktail – rye, homemade ginger syrup, and lime topped with club soda and garnished with candied ginger (inspired by Little Branch NYC)
La Cola Nostra: A complex beverage you can't refuse
Two delicious recipes for Homemade Irish Cream and Mint Infused Simple Syrup for your St. Patty’s Day celebrations.
This week’s roundup from Tasteologie and Liqurious includes burnt sugar syrup cocktails, mini cinnamon buns, prosciutto cups and more.
Irish Coffee — perfect for Saint Patrick's Day
An excerpt about mineral water from a new book on cocktail science.
Southern Dignity, a rye and cider cocktail with caramel tarragon syrup from A Round or Two