Easter is right around the corner and Spring is starting to emerge! I don’t know about you but just thinking of warmer weather and Springtime blooms puts me in the mood for a tasty cocktail. So I’ve gathered up my nine favorite brunch cocktails to ring in this Springtime holiday, Easter! Take a sip:
Passionfruit & Lime Margaritas – click any pic to grab the recipe!
Vanilla & Pear Cocktail
Sunny Clementine Cocktail
Maple Salty Dog
Watermelon Cucumber Sangria
Today I’m sharing some delicious cocktail recipes that are all perfect for Winter! I love to take my favorite warm weather cocktails and “winterize” them, like I did with my Cranberry Paloma Cocktail Recipe. Some of these cocktail recipes follow suit while others are just straight up tasty Winter treats. Take a look:
It’s Summer and all this warm weather has me itching to sit out in the sun and relax with a tasty cocktail! Try one of these 7 Summer cocktail recipes or try them all. I know I’m making my way down the list and through the produce isle.
If you’re planning a brunch for Easter then it’s a must to have some lovely brunch cocktails set up for your guests. The traditional brunch cocktails are mimosas and bloody mary’s, maybe even a sangria. However in today’s world of Pinterest and foodie bloggers, I think we can take things up a notch! Even just having one signature cocktail along side some white wine and rosé shows your guests you put in a little added thought. Also remember that if you’d like a lighter cocktail, you can always add seltzer or tonic water to these recipes:
Check out these tasty and spooky fun treats for Halloween!
Let me first start by saying how much I love Apothic Red and White! It’s not too often that I find a brand of wine who’s red and white I both love. Upon appearance Apothic Dark looks like the perfect wine to put out at a Halloween party. The wine itself is a very dark reddish-purple and the bottle has a black label and black cork. I absolutely loved the spooky appearance of this wine. Unfortunately I can’t say the same about the taste. This wine has A LOT of sediment. I let the bottle sit for three days and then ended up straining it twice. The taste starts out smooth but finishes dry with a feeling of sediment stuck to your tongue and cheeks. Not something I enjoyed! Overall, I was pretty disappointed and won’t be picking up another bottle of this anytime soon.