Cocktails & Drinks

Two glasses of green smoothie, one of them tipped over and spilled with two spinach leaves beside it.

Green Smoothie

Close your eyes and we swear you’d never guess this sweet, banana-y smoothie is suffused with good-for-you greens.

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Two flutes filled with homemade sparkling juice topped with lemon twists on a marble surface.

Homemade Sparkling Juice

It ain’t no Champagne. And it ain’t supposed to be. Subtly nuanced and sparkling and with a slightly fancy feel for teetotalers of all ages.

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Two martini glasses filled with spruce needle vodka with a spruce sprig floating in each glass.

Spruce Needle Vodka

Last-minute gift, anyone? Repurpose your Christmas tree by infusing vodka with a sprig or three. A celebratory and cinch of a project that extends the Christmas spirit–and spirits.

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An illustration of seven Champagne flutes filled with Christmas cocktail and an orange twist.

Christmas Cocktail

Seven lords a leaping? Perhaps after partaking of this Christmas cheer it’ll be seven lords a leaning. Prosecco, Campari, and citrus juice meld into an effervescent cocktail of holiday happiness.

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Two glasses half-filled with Kentucky coffee and an open bottle of bourbon between them.

Kentucky Coffee

This bourbon-imbued after-dinner drink, a variation on classic Irish coffee, is guaranteed to make everything alright. Or at least seem it in the moment.

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A cranberry margarita in a short glass with a skewer or sugared cranberries and orange zest across the top.

Cranberry Margarita

Because sometimes on Thanksgiving, you need something a little stronger than wine. Especially this year. We know we will. *hic*

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A glass punch bowl partially filled with maybelle punch and orange peel garnish, and two coupe glasses alongside, one filled and one empty.

Maybelle Punch

This classic melds the warming potency of Cognac with a little sweet and some gingery heat. All perfectly balanced. For when you need more than just a sip or two.

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Four glasses of different flavored almond milk.

Flavored Almond Milk

Your morning glass of almond milk just got a heck of a lot more compelling. Ostentatious even. And it takes all of a minute. Maybe even less.

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Glasses filled with various flavors of frosé or frozen rosé on a wooden table.

Frosé ~ Frozen Rose

The eminently trendy, magnificently slushy cocktail doesn’t have to cost $15 a pour. Here’s how to make frosé at home.

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A southside cocktail on a napkin on a silver tray with a potato chip and sprig of mint beside it.

Southside Cocktail

Mint. Muddled. Mine. When we’ve got this gin-based mojito on our minds, those are about the only words we can muster. Well, maybe add “More.”

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