When you don’t feel like making a cocktail, have these handy pops ready in the freezer and just sit back and relax. All you need are disable freeze pop bags, your favorite cocktail recipe, and you’re all set. The possibilities are endless, so go forth and create! Here are three options to get you started.Continue reading “Boozy freeze pops”
The blood orange and cardamom help to balance the smokiness of the mezcal. You can also sub tequila if you don’t have mescal. An anejo tequila would work well, adding a little smoke flavor.
If you’re looking for something to special to make your Valentine, try these festive cocktails from Art in the Age. Continue reading “Valentine’s Day Cocktails with Art in the Age Craft Spirits”
I made this a few years back for Christmas and it was a big hit. It’s such an easy thing to make and is great for your friends who love cocktails. Continue reading “Pineapple and Vanilla Infused Tequila”
I know I’m a little late with this one because it would have been perfect for Thanksgiving, but it will still make a great choice for any Holiday party. Continue reading “Cranberry Sparkler and Cranberry Compote”
This week was my birthday week so I did just a little to celebrate starting with a “surprise” party at my store and then a few days in Atlantic City. My party was not an actual surprise because one of my friends spilled the beans days before. Even with knowing about the party, it was still a nice treat to spend time with my friends. Stay tuned for a post for more of my Atlantic City trip and my tips for a great beach picnic.
It’s hot on the East Coast, I mean really hot! Even in this weather it’s still nice to enjoy a refreshing cocktail. I received some new XL iced tea bags from Le Palais des Thés that I waned to put to good use. They are perfect for hot weather because no boiling water is require, just steep for 30 minutes and your done. Of course we need some spirits, I opted for Bolla Pinot Grigio and a little rum. Fresh peaches, mango, and strawberries give this drink a light fresh taste that will quench your thirst on the hottest of days.
Cinco de Mayo is coming up and this margarita is perfect! For this recipe I used my ice cream machine to get these margaritas nice and icy. I hate when margaritas are watered down, which is why I hate adding regular ice cubes. When you use this method, your margarita can also double as a dessert. After about 15-20 minutes in the ice cream machine, the mixture is the perfect consistency for a great margarita. If you freeze the mixture, it becomes refreshing hibiscus margarita sorbet. Try serving the frozen sorbet with a little tequila or champagne on top.