This classic French cocktail dates back to World War I, and is said to have packed such a punch that it felt like being shelled with the powerful French 75mm field gun. However, a well concocted version should be balanced and refreshing.
A refreshing sparkly post-holiday beverage that can be served at lunch or dinner during Dry January or any other occasion.
This is a very simple yet delicious cocktail to put you in the holiday mood; smooth and rich Five Farms Irish cream liqueur paired with a refreshing burst of peppermint in a coupe glass. Chill liquid ingredients ahead of time.
The Shanghai Buck was originally served at the Shanghai Club in the 1930’s. A Buck cocktail is made with a spirit, citrus, ginger ale or ginger beer.
A perfect early fall cocktail for cooler evenings but refreshing in taste. A touch of spiced maple lends a taste of autumn.
This refreshing cocktail respects the season of early fall while representing the colors and bounty of autumn.
Lemon and basil are a great combination for a refreshing drink during the warmer months of the year. Be sure to use freshly squeezed lemon juice and fresh, seasonal basil leaves.
This frozen cocktail is light and refreshing during the hot summer months.
This simple, classic cocktail relies on very fresh ingredients for maximum flavor. For a drink that’s not too sweet but refreshing, this is your go-to.
Shared with us by podcast guest, James Mauk, co-founder of Golden Rule Spirit. This modern day classic, whiskey-based cocktail is easy to make with equal parts of its four ingredients.