This Sangria is single serving and all about the berries. Aperol gives it some rhubarb flavor and bittery goodness. Bright and delicious!
The Champagne Cocktail is such a bougie drink – but I absolutely love it. It’s aromatic and classic, (and I won’t tell anyone if you use Prosecco instead!)
Named after a French WW1 75mm field gun, the French 75 is a delicate looking cocktail that definitely packs a punch!
James Bond may have preferred his shaken, but the Classic Martini is almost always stirred. Learn how to make the ultimate classic cocktail (stirred, of course!)
The Manhattan has inspired countless riffs since it’s creation back in the late 1800’s. While the cocktails origin may be lost in inebriated history, we can all agree that this cocktail will always be a classic. WHat is your favorite riff on this classic cocktail?
Created by a Cowboy in Italy, celebrated all over the world, this classic cocktail is the perfect balance of spirit, bitterness and sweetness.