During a sale, I recently purchased a few new-to-me syrups from Jordan's Skinny Mixes, which I fell in love with over the summer. Their syrups have no sugar, carbs or calories, and they have a huge array of flavors. I've really enjoyed their Unicorn Syrup in my tea, which tastes just like blue raspberry. Who needs a snowcone when you have that?
Mother's Day is just around the corner. Do you have your drink lineup planned? Whether you're staying in, going out for brunch or just enjoying a drink on your own, what have you got planned?
St. Patrick's Day is just a few days away, so what better time than to explore your options when it comes to drinks that feature Irish whiskey? Even if you're not a big whiskey drinker, if you plan on having a drink or two this weekend it might be a great time to try something new out.
This is one of the best ways to create cocktails for your holiday events: use the ingredients you already have on hand for the meal! It's a great way to cut down on spending and waste while still managing to get a few great cocktails on the menu. From cranberries to apple cider, butternut squash (for real!) to lemons and limes, there are several items you will probably already have on hand that will make excellent drinks for Thanksgiving.
What is it about springtime that makes the cocktails so much more delicious? Maybe it's the fresh herbs, or the promise of warmer weather. Either way it's time to pick your poison for Easter this weekend and there are loads of recipe ideas to choose from. Easter always makes me think of mimosas and yummy fruit drinks, so a twist on the Orange Julius is one fun option. The Arancia Julius is a fresh breakfast-y beverage you'll want to try if you like those.
Sure, you could always blend in your favorite liquor with a Shamrock Shake (mmm, I may have to try that!), but you can also make some St. Patrick's Day themed cocktails for your party this weekend. We are having friends over for games so we're considering a few of these yummy-looking ideas.