Mix up your happy hour routine with this thyme and key lime cocktail! A splash of St. Germain is a satisfying departure from a traditional gin beverage.
Even if you’re not typically a fan of whiskey, you’re going to love this sparkling whiskey cocktail! It’s made with apple butter, ginger ale and fresh herbs!
This weekend, why not sip on a lively and festive drink? Our St. Germain and champagne cocktail is dry with a sweet citrus flair. Crack open the bubbly!
In the throes of football season, kick off the morning game with a simple and refreshing greyhound grapefruit beer cocktail!
Prepare a drink for everyone to enjoy, especially the vodka lovers. This strawberry kiwi cocktail is bright and refreshing to taste!
Let the good times roll this summer with our fresh muddled blackberry rum spritzer cocktail recipe! It’s so refreshing and delicious.
Looking for a refreshing twist on a classic cocktail? Try our refreshingly different blueberry Moscow mule at your next gathering.
Whip up a classic cocktail using your favorite gin—this Tom Collins is easy to prep and so refreshing!
Introduce a tropical vibe to tequila time—this coconut lime margarita cocktail recipe is smooth and oh-so-easy to create!
Prepare for the party the night before. This mango raspberry margarita granita recipe needs to freeze overnight—just scoop and serve the next day!
Sip on a guilt-free and refreshing skinny coconut mojito without sacrificing the flavors you love! Try this recipe with fresh mint.
My friend Bruce, a wedding planner from Savannah is in town, and what better recipe to kick off filming together than my summertime strawberry mojitos recipe! Bottoms up!
We combined two classic summer drinks to make one fun and refreshing pink lemonade margarita that will leave your guests’ lips puckered in delight!
Need a little extra fizz in your life? Kick off cocktail hour with this simple, lip-smacking pineapple fizz cocktail with fresh muddled mint!
Whip up an effortless summer cocktail! This watermelon cooler recipe is easy and unique. All you need are 3 simple ingredients and some warm weather!