Try a new cocktail recipe or brush up on a classic. Shake or stir a martini, margarita, mojito, piña colada, cosmopolitan, blue lagoon, daiquiri or bloody Mary.
Orange liqueur, lime and cranberry juice team up with vodka for a sweet-and-sour drink that's almost too refreshing!
This is how my grandad makes his cuppa. He's in his seventies now and drinks whisky like he'll never get hold of it again. This drink is very relaxing and a great way to relax family members and friends.
Vodka-soaked watermelon mixed with champagne, ginger ale and orange juice. The alcohol can be as cheap or as expensive as you want. As my friend who makes this says, "think Bolly-Stoli, but it's more likely Smirnoff-Carrington!" You can garnish or top with mint leaves too. Hello New Year!
Gluhwein is a German/Austrian winter-holiday drink that most tourists know as an after-ski drink. After you come in out of the snow, it is supposed to make you glow with warmth again. Watch it: since you drink this wine warm, the alcohol goes to your head extra quick!
This drink is refreshing, Asian-inspired, and sure to impress your guests or that someone special!
A Buck's fizz differs from a mimosa in the ratio of champagne to orange juice - mimosas have an equal mix.
These are really easy crowd pleasers. They can be served hot and then the flavour changes when they are served cold, I can't decide how I like them best. Depending on how many moulds you use depends upon your yield. for example one sheet of pastry will give you 12 little tart cases.
Vodka jello shots in champagne. Me and my friends gave this drink its name during a party when we were drinking champagne and eating jelly shots and they somehow got mixed up together.
Quick and easy snack.
This is a little different from the classic Spanish recipe, but still a great summer drink using red wine, lemonade, fresh oranges, limes, pineapple and cherries.