This recipes for a smoothie-like cocktail has a punch of pineapple flavor and the pure, clear taste of white tequila. Sweet and refreshing.
A recipe to be whipped up on hot, summer-porch days. Tart raspberries and Meyer lemons mix with tequila for a delicate, sweet cocktail. Great for parties.
Chocolate, cinnamon, and chipotle peppers–dried, smoked jalapenos–give this milkshake a distinctive kick and a bit of heat. Great for burgers, hot dogs.
Coolness personified. A creamy vanilla-honeydew shake is topped with an icy cucumber-lime granita. A must-make recipe for summer entertaining.
Who woulda thunk it? Cubes of sake-ginger-flavored gelatin sit on thin slices of cool cucumber with candied ginger lending a bracing heat.
This cocktail of white Lillet, vermouth, and vodka gets a little bite from a garnish of green olives stuffed with pimento. A summer cocktail party must.
For this milkshake recipe, caramel ice cream is blended with malted milk powder for a mellow, sweet treat everyone will love. Especially the kids.
It doesn’t get more classic than this recipe. Gin, cherry brandy, sweet and sour fruit juices, and club soda. Just the thing for an afternoon on the deck.
Sangria goes down under. In this recipe, kiwi, white wine (New Zealand sauvignon blanc), melon liqueur, lemon juice, and pineapple make it festive.
The iconic summer cocktail. Traditionally, this gin-based drink sparked with lemonade and ginger ale, is served with just a floating cucumber and mint.
There’s a darn good reason why even sophisticates deign to chase burgers with milkshakes. It works. Just as the menu at any burger joint or diner will attest.
Glogg is Scandinavian mulled wine served at Christmas. This version combines port wine, brandy, whiskey, raisins, almonds, orange zest, cinnamon, and cardamon.
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