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Fresh strawberries, orange juice, and champagne are all you need to make the fruitiest mimosa for your next brunch.
Made with bourbon, mint, sugar, and ice, the mint julep is a simple, classic cocktail that’s perfect for sipping on hot summer days.
12 Big Batch Make Ahead Alcoholic Pitcher Cocktails. Boozy drinks like breakfast sangria and blood orange mimosas are thirst-quenching recipes to have handy for parties in the spring, summer, or fall.
Shamrock Shakes are easy to make at home! The trickiest part in all of this is probably finding the creme de menthe syrup at the grocery store.
Now that spring is almost here, it is time to awaken the body. This tea has a refreshingly clean, bright flavor and herbs that gently support the body’s ability to carry away waste, break down fats, and clear the blood.
The Nor’easter the perfect name for this icy sip, which includes wintry flavors of maple and spicy ginger along with the soothing warmth of bourbon. It's a sure-fire cure for the winter blues that will have you happy in no time.
This combination of strong, sweetened coffee and whiskey, all topped with fluffy whipped cream that slowly melts and melds into the drink while you sip. With the help of a slow cooker, you can make a big batch that stays warm on St. Patrick's Day.
Mardi Gras season is upon us down South (with Fat Tuesday quickly approaching), and this milk punch is the perfect way to start off your celebration — not too sweet, not too boozy.
Inspired by Starbucks secret menu, this coldbuster hot tea is a game-changer for your immune system. It's only made with steamed lemonade, brewed peach, and citrus mint teas.
Leprechaun lemonade is a sweet mixture of lemonade flavored with blue raspberry drink mix. It’s also how this electric green drink gets its color. This super-quick treat is a fun way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with kids and adults!
This Galentine’s Day, celebrate with a hibiscus and aperol pitcher cocktail that’s easy to make, a little sweet, a little fruity, a little bubbly, and a little bitter.
With hints of coffee and chocolate, a good Irish creamer is luxuriously rich and just as much dessert as it is a drink. It is a simple recipe to make and will surely remind you of Bailey's Irish Cream.
Made with nothing but boiling water and fresh ginger, this spicy, soothing beverage is best enjoyed with a squeeze of lemon juice and a drizzle of honey.
You can go ahead and check easy winter cocktails off your list with these super-simple and festive recipes. Simple, seasonal touches like glittery sugared cranberries, crushed candy canes, or whole cinnamon sticks are easy ways to transform simple cocktails into party-ready sippers.
A hot toddy is the ultimate cozy cocktail. The warming, citrusy cocktail gets you through this final stretch of cold weather. This step-by-step recipe will guide you through making a cozy hot toddy that packs a serious punch. It’s made with just four ingredients and comes together in no time.
This bubbly pitcher cocktail, featuring sweet-tart grapefruit and herby rosemary, is the ultimate kickoff to a party with your favorite people. This tangy, ultra-refreshing punch goes down easy, so you just might want to have a second batch on hand for thirsty guests.
Back away from the vodka tonic — it's time to switch things up. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorites, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and we hope it inspires you to switch it up a little bit in the drink department.
Serving warm mugs of steaming mulled wine is the smartest thing you can do to upgrade any holiday party. It doesn’t get any easier than adding a few bottles of wine, some brandy, maple syrup, whole spices, and orange peel to a slow cooker and heating until warm.
Cold weather means it's peak hot chocolate season! What combo are you going to try this winter? Get our basic hot chocolate recipe at TheKitchn.com
If you're looking for the perfect cocktail to kick off the holiday season, we've got you covered! Check easy winter cocktails off your list with these super-simple and festive recipes. Sure, gin drinks and whiskey drinks are nice, but now’s the time for something a bit more special. Simple, seasonal touches like glittery sugared cranberries, crushed candy canes, or whole cinnamon sticks are easy ways to transform simple cocktails into party-ready sippers.
The Le Dirty Bleu is the dirty gin martini (which we’re all familiar with), but it has one unexpected edge that places it a step above the rest: a rim of everything bagel spice and a few other savory touches. At a time when we are seeing Everything Bagel Spice on, well, everything (from ice cream to salmon), why not add it to our cocktail? #vanderpumpssavorymartini #martini #martinirecipe #vanderpumpmartini #martinirecipereview #cocktailrecipe
There are many different kinds of aguas frescas, but in our opinion, the most refreshing of them all is agua de sandia. Agua fresca is a Latin American beverage made from fruit, seeds, nuts, flowers — or any combination of these — puréed or ground-up, strained, and then mixed with sugar and water. Horchata is one example; agua de jamaica (our friend the hibiscus) is another. #aguadesandia #aguafresca #aguafrescarecipe #aguafrescarecipes #sandia #watermelon #watermelonaguafresca
There are millions of recipes out there but you only need the best. We've cooked and tested recipes from all over to find the ones we love most for the year ahead. From Kitchn and beyond, meet the right recipes for right now. Here are the 6 drink recipes you need to know! #drinkrecipes #drinkideas #drinks #drinkrecipe #drinkidea
Whether you want a special beverage to liven up your weekend brunch at home, something to sip on in the afternoon, or the perfect drink to pair with dinner, these 12 fall non-alcoholic drinks check all the boxes. #drinkrecipes #nonalcoholicdrink #falldrinks #fallseason #fallrecipes #drinkideas