Whether it’s a tip from experts, sharing recipes or highlight cocktails, we’re shaking (or stirring) things up.
This is really enjoyable and not hard to see why it’s their flagship drink. Worth a try and very flavorful.
The coconut isn’t overpowering in this cocktail and the flavors play well together. This is a nice blend and worth a try.
This gin cocktail brings some flavor but not for my taste buds. I can see gin lovers really enjoying this though.
This rum canned cocktail from the folks behind Boulevard Brewing is well balanced and I like that it’s 8% ABV.
Taste Test: Herb & Lou’s The Cooper Infused Cocktail Cubes. These mixers are for their Blood Orange-Ginger Old Fashioned. You freeze the cubes, add one along with 1.5 oz of bourbon/rye then shake or stir.. It’s pretty simple but surprisingly tasty.
Taste Test: Shipwreck Wreckers Vanilla Creamsicle. This ready-to-drink rum cocktail says it’s a blast from the past with an adult twist. If you enjoyed that popsicle back in the day, this might be what you’re looking for.
Taste Test: CoCo Vodka Original. This ready-to-drink cocktail is pretty straightforward with vodka and coconut water. The coconut really stands out and, if you’re not a coconut fan, this might not be for you.
Cinco de Mayo, or the fifth of May, is a holiday that celebrates the date of the Mexican army’s May 5, 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War. It’s also a day many celebrate with drink. To help you find that perfect drink, we’ve got several cocktails that’ll hit the spot.
In this Cocktail:30, we try out a gin classic the Gimlet (which has a vodka spin too). This recipe is 2 oz gin, .75 oz lime juice and .75 oz simple syrup into a shake with ice. Shake well, strain and enjoy.
Reality TV fan-favorite “Grocery Store Joe” Amabile works up a new cocktail recipe for the launch of Captain Morgan Cherry Vanilla. Plus, we give you three more recipes to try with this limited release.
In this Cocktail:30, we try out an Irish Cactus in celebration of St Patrick’s Day. This recipe is 1 oz tequila and 2 oz Irish cream liqueur into a glass with ice. Stir very well and enjoy.
In this Cocktail:30 tip, Jake Sulek explains how one can use a cream liqueur to make a great cocktail.
In this Cocktail:30 tip, Jake Sulek explains how one can use a cream liqueur beyond just putting it in your coffee and what types of cocktails to avoid with it.
In this Cocktail:30, we try out a Cocoa Woah Old Fashioned. This recipe is 2 oz chocolate whiskey and .5 oz curacao added to glass with ice and gently mixed for 10 seconds. Add 2 dashes of orange bitters (or to your liking) and stir gently and enjoy.
In this Cocktail:30, Jake Sulek explains what a cream liqueur is (think Bailey’s). Plus, he talks about how long they last and a tip for refrigerating it.
In this Cocktail:30, we try out a Simple Margarita Recipe in honor of National Margarita Day. This recipe is 1.5 oz blanco/silver tequila, 1 oz triple sec, .75 oz lime juice and .25 oz simple syrup. Add all into a shaker with ice, shake until cold then strain into a rocks glass with ice.
In this Cocktail:30, it’s a cocktail that’s great for any type of date night and one you can also do without the bourbon.
In this Cocktail:30, it’s a beer mocktail that brings plenty of flavor and can be a cocktail too. There are multiple spins for this with either bourbon instead of Spiritless and everything else the same or finding a similar dark beer.
In this Cocktail:30, it’s a beer mocktail that hits the spot and one we had several of. This also could easily be turned into a regular cocktail. Add 1 oz of Lyre’s NA White Cane Spirit, .5 oz simple syrup and .5 oz lemon juice to a shaker. Add ice and shake well. Top with 6 oz of Rightside Citrus Wheat. Cheers!
In this Cocktail:30, it’s a mocktail spin for Dry January or really anytime. Add 6 oz of Athletic Brewing’s Tropical Sour, 2 oz of lemonade and 1 oz Seedlip Grove to a rocks glass. Add ice and stir well. This came together nicely and is worth the try. Cheers!
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