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  • Citrus, Mint, and Parsley Martini

    Fruity and refreshing—the perfect cocktail recipe for for enchanting summer soirées.

  • Strawberry Champagne Cocktail

    Pernod adds a bewitching anisette flavor to this seductively innocent looking champagne cocktail

  • Raspberry-Lemon Bellinis

    Thawed frozen raspberries may be used in place of the fresh when making the puree; if so, skip the raspberry garnish and top each glass with a wedge or twist of lemon.

  • Mango Champagne Sunrise

    Drink this beautiful cocktail at sunrise or sunset—or any time in between. It tastes as good as it looks.

  • Cranberry Pink Peppercorn Margarita

    This is my favorite holiday cocktail! The tart from the cranberry and the hint of vanilla make a festive and fun cocktail your party guests will love! The bright pink color will have everyone begging for your recipe. Cheers!

  • White Elephant

    A delicious balanced cocktail, reminiscent of winter warmth and the comfort of the holidays.

  • Buttered Bourbon Café Brûlot

    Inspired by the New Orleans classic Café Brûlot, this hot beverage is a blend of coffee and buttery, citrus and spice infused bourbon. On a cold winter night, it’s the perfect accompaniment a friendly gathering.

  • New Year Cleansing Juice

    This refreshing juice is easy to make at home in a blender. It’s earthy with beets, sweet with fruit, and deliciously bright with fresh ginger.

  • Thanksgiving Toddy

    Nothing says Thanksgiving to me quite like the warm, fall flavors of whiskey, ginger, and Allspice. This toddy makes for a great after-dinner drink, or just something to sip on while working in the kitchen all day.

  • Fall Colors Cocktail

    When I think of New York in the fall, I think of changing colors, cool nights, and apples. The greens and tomatoes at the farmers markets in Brooklyn gradually disappear and are replaced by many different varieties of apples. This cocktail is a spicy, rich and warming drink to have on one of those cool fall evenings. This cocktail is easy to make and can work with a variety of spirits. You can make an individual serving or make a large batch and serve it as a punch at a party. Watch how this cocktail is made HERE.

  • Shrub Cooler Cocktail

    A shrub is a fantastic way to preserve fruit at the peak of its season so that it can be enjoyed in the months to come. Get inspired by seeing what's available at your local farmer's market. This time of year in the Bay Area, there are myriad varieties of small plums available that are perfect for pies and jams, and especially shrubs. Watch how this cocktail is made HERE.

  • Fable & Folly Cocktail Recipe

    Every holiday menu needs an on-trend, sophisticated cocktail counterpart. Ideal for a winter or Christmas gathering, this holiday libation features Armagnac–a distinctive French brandy– and a unique Holiday Spice Syrup. This syrup is great for apple cider, to add to egg nog, and to sweeten tea throughout the season. You could even pour a little on your oatmeal, add to sautéed apples and serve over ice cream.

  • Hot Chocolate

    Have the best-ever instant—but made from scratch—hot chocolate when you keep Chocolate Mix on hand.

  • Pomegranate Mimosas

    These deeply colored, delicious mimosas have a little something special: the pomegranate seeds slowly float up and down, looking like jewels in a ruby colored sea.

  • Fresh Strawberry Margarita

    Skip the sugary mixes and blend strawberries, lime juice and a touch of agave syrup to sweeten this crowd-pleasing party drink. Agave syrup is sweeter than simple syrup, so about half as much is needed for sweetening beverages. Agave syrup and tequila are both made from the agave plant, so they are a naturally good combination.

  • Mango Jalapeño Margarita

    Mango. Jalapeño. Margarita. What more do you need to know?

  • Lemon, Lime and Bitters

    A popular drink in Australia, often called the drink you have when you’re not having a drink – its palate cleansing and fresh, wonderful as an aperitif or just thirst quenching beverage. Normally made with lime syrup and soda, I prefer this method with real lemons and limes. It’s one you make and taste as you go to find the blend that best suits your palate.

  • Green Tea Chai Latte

    This can't truly be called a latte since I usually make it with nondairy milk but it is extremely tasty, with just the right amount of spice. I prefer this with nondairy milk but not soy, which curdles easily. You can refrigerate any that’s leftover and reheat later in the day or the next day.