Tequila and watermelon go together like summer and sunshine in this twist on the Paloma.
Think the Margarita is the ultimate Mexican cocktail? Think again. The Paloma is a quick and easy classic that can be made right in the glass. Whether drinking solo or with company, this drink will fulfill all your tequila needs.
Swap that tired vodka-cranberry combo for a refreshing glass of this fizzy pomegranate mocktail instead.
The hangover-smashing Black Magic cocktail combines beet juice with activated charcoal—the latest detox trend that claims to help dispel unwanted toxins. Don't be turned off by the jet-black hue, the charcoal itself is tasteless.
The Cave Creek cocktail is made with New York Distilling Company's Rock & Rye—a bottled combination of rye whiskey, sugar and citrus that was all the rage in the 19th century, when it was made with rock candy.
Swearing off the sauce for a while? This surprising mocktail mimics the herbal quality of a Gin & Tonic minus the booze, with help from a simple syrup made with juniper berries, lemon peel and loose black tea.
Chicago cocktail consultant Revae Schneider is fond of anything with rum, lemon, maple syrup and a little bit of bitters, served warm. Set this fragrant punch on the stovetop before guests arrive and let the comforting scent waft as they walk in the door.
This interchangeable eggnog recipe allows you to swap in your favorite base spirit or mix of spirits to create the perfect personalized punch. It’s easily multiplied to serve any size party, which means it’s the only ’nog you need this season.