Cold-Process Infused Simple Syrups: A no-heat method for creating a better tasting, longer lasting syrup.
Red Bell Pepper, Lemon, & Basil Soda. (And The Danny Torrance — an adult-ified version with rum.)
A Walk in the Weeds: A refreshing cocktail made with gin, lime juice, and celery.
The Extra Mile: A little oven time for berries and citrus make this rye-based cocktail one amazing drink well worth the extra effort.
Burnt sugar syrup is a great way to add depth and complexity to cocktails, like the whiskey sour.
Ginger Tonic — a delicious tonic with many uses, from a sore throat soother to a cocktail mixer.
Blood Orange French 75 — A delicious and colorful twist on a classic champagne cocktail.
The Soyer au Champagne: A classic dessert cocktail. If you're going to serve a dessert, it might as well be a delicious boozy one!
Three delicious shrubs
Cherry Balsamic Shrub — Savor the end of summer with this tangy, refreshing drink.
Grapefruit & Thyme Soda — A refreshing drink that's even better with a little gin.
A homemade bitters giveaway! Eight varieties from Brad Thomas Parsons's Bitters.
French 75 Popsicles — Rest assured, this cocktail still lives up to its name when frozen.
Strawberry Rhubarb Shrub — strawberries, rhubarb, and balsamic vinegar combine to make a refreshingly tangy syrup that's great with a little seltzer, or as a cocktail mixer.
Homemade Tonic Water!
The Champagne Cocktail, with a Valentine's Day twist.
Homemade Grenadine: Because the cocktail shouldn't take a back seat to holiday treats!