If you want all the ‘wow’ but none of the ‘effort’, this is the cocktail for you. The recipe is extremely simple to make and uses only a few ingredients, plus it looks pretty impressive when it’s all put together.
Espresso martinis are currently having their moment in the spotlight, and it’s not hard to understand the love affair. After all, it is coffee mixed with alcohol, what’s a Melburnian not to love?
Nothing says summer quite like Pimms.
If you’re hosting a bbq or just enjoying the day outdoors with a few friends this rosé punch is the thing to make. it’s super simple, partially hydrating thanks to the sparkling water and not too strong so you can enjoy a couple of glasses on ice
Want to make a G&T even more refreshing? Well stick in a pole and chuck it in the freezer! The trick to making a great G&T is having a good quality tonic
An extremely easy recipe, that calls for those cute little mini watermelons. There is nothing better than drinking boozy beverages out of fruit vessels.
Everyone knows about the traditional Moscow Mule, (vodka, lime, and ginger beer, in that classic copper mug). However why not shake things up a bit and replace the vodka for a punchier, peach-infused version.
If you’re anything like us you love to see a cocktail finished with a great garnish. There’s something about upping your garnish game at home which really adds a whole other level to your home bartending.
The sessionable cocktail light on the alcohol and impossible to mess up. Pairs excellent with food (especially Italian tapas).
A quintessential rum cocktail including rum, lime, and a sweetener (sugar syrup). The Daiquiri is one of the easiest, freshest drinks you can make, as long as you use quality rum and fresh lime juice.
Make an amazingly easy, and damn spicy Bloody Mary from our friends at McClure’s.
Approx. 1.2 standard drinks | 2 minute
A perfect blend of tequila, triple sec, and lime juice make this Margarita a classic. Over ice, straight-up, blended, salt, no salt, you choose.
ApproxApprox. 2.3 standard drinks | 3 minutes