Garnished with fresh cranberries, this refreshing 1950’s drink is incredibly easy to make using classic ingredients. What You’ll Need 1.5 ounces Gin 1 ounce orange juice 1/2 teaspoon grenadine syrup 1 ounce lemon juice Cranberries for garnish Directions Fill a shaker with ice and add ingredients. Shake and pour over ice. Garnish with a few cranberries.
In addition to grapes, tasty wines can be made from other autumn fruits like cranberries and pumpkins.
Love White Russians? Then give this a try – the Pumpkin Pie vodka puts a Fall spin on this classic drink . What You’ll Need 1.5 ounces Pinnacle Pumpkin Pie Vodka 1 ounce Kahlúa 1/8 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice 3 ounces whole milk 1 cinnamon stick Directions Fill a rocks glass with ice. Pour Pumpkin Pie Vodka, Kahlúa, and pumpkin pie spice into a shaker and shake vigorously to blend the spice. Pour whole milk into the shaker. Shake
Just in time for Thanksgiving – these shots are quick and fun to make to accompany your Pumpkin Pie! What You’ll Need: 1/2 ounce Irish Cream, like Baileys 1/2 ounce Amaretto 1/4 ounce Cinnamon Schnapps Directions: Pour the ingredients into a shot glass and stir. Recipe found on Mix That Drink.
Made popular back in the 1950’s, this drink is easy to make and still popular today if you want to ask for it at a bar! What You’ll Need 3 ounces Gin 2 ounces lemon juice 1 ounce simple syrup Club soda Maraschino cherries Directions Pour the Gin, lemon juice, and simple syrup in a tall glass with a handful of ice. Fill the remainder of the glass with club soda. Mix all of the ingredients
Simple syrup is a common ingredient used in a vast majority of cocktails. What most people don’t know is you can simply make it in the microwave, and it will keep in your fridge if you’d like to make it in advance. What You’ll Need 1 cup water 2 cups sugar Directions Microwave 1 cup water in a microwave-safe container on High for 1 minute and 30 seconds (careful – it should be very hot). Add sugar, and stir
Since the advent of DNA profiling of grape varieties in 1993, ampelography (ámpelos = vine and lógos = study) has been rewriting wine books by correctly identifying grape origins and rejecting synonyms. For example, Zinfandel was long suspected to be identical to Primitivo, however after DNA analysis it was established that the grape was native to Croatia where it is called Crljenak Kastelanski. DNA testing has also revealed several unexpected parentages, the most surprising being Cabernet Sauvignon which
With our rock-bottom prices on Johnnie Walker we threw together an easy, refreshing cocktail to drink when you’re in the mood for a drink with some added carbonation. What You’ll Need 2 ounces Johnnie Walker Black Label 1 lemon wedge Ginger Ale Directions Add about a cup of ice to a collins glass and pour the Johnnie Walker over it. Fill to the top with Ginger Ale and stir well. Squeeze a bit of lemon, and
Made popular back in the 1930’s, this refreshing drink is easy to make. Don’t forget the flamed lemon peel! What You’ll Need 2 ounces Gin 1/2 ounce Maraschino Liqueur Dash of Créme de Violette 1/2 ounce fresh lemon juice Directions Fill a shaker with about a cup of ice and add all of the ingredients. Shake well. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and add a flamed lemon peel (you can do this by taking a
Why is there a black rooster on the neck of some Chianti bottles? In the Middle Ages, when the republics of Florence and Siena were battling for territory in the Chianti region, they came up with a novel method to end the conflict. It was agreed that two knights would set out from their respective cities and establish the border wherever they met. Departure was to be at dawn and the starting signal at each