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Signature Cocktail: Orange Rosemary Spritz

29 May

I love this yummy cocktail from Snippet and Ink and created by Rebekka Seale… Make sure to give it a try!!

credit: Rebekka Seale via Snippet and Ink

credit: Rebekka Seale via Snippet and Ink

credit: Rebekka Seale via Snippet and Ink

credit: Rebekka Seale via Snippet and Ink

Signature Cocktail: Frozen Frangelico Coffee

8 Apr

This awesome drink from Martha Stewart would be a great addition to your end of the night drinks and eats. The maple syrup cream adds the perfect finish for the coffee lover at your wedding. Enjoy!

credit: Martha Stewart Weddings

credit: Martha Stewart Weddings

Ingredients

  •                                         4 cups strongly brewed chilled coffee
  •                                         1 cup Frangelico
  •                                         2/3 cup heavy cream
  •                                         4 to 6 tablespoons pure maple syrup

Directions

  1. Stir 4 cups strongly brewed chilled coffee and 1 cup Frangelico in a medium bowl. Transfer to freezer until slushy but slightly frozen, about 5 hours, stirring twice.
  2. Whisk heavy cream in a medium bowl until soft peaks form. Add pure maple syrup; whisk until soft peaks return.
  3. Divide coffee mixture among 4 large glasses; top with whipped cream, dividing evenly.

 

Signature Cocktail: Lavender Bliss

26 Feb

lavender
Ingrediants

Belvedere Pomrancza 45ml

Monin Lavender 10ml

Angsotura Bitters A dash

Orange Bitters A dash

Cranberry Juice 30ml

Directions

1. Shake all ingredients with ice in a shaker.

2.Double strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

3. Dont over do the lavender- it can over kill all other ingrediants

Signature Cocktail: Pomegranate Champagne

12 Feb
credit: Better Home Gardens

credit: Better Home Gardens

Ingredients

1 ounce chilled pomegranate juice or chilled cranberry juice (2 tablespoons)

3 ounces chilled champagne (6 tablespoons)

Directions

Pour the pomegranate juice into a champagne flute. Slowly add champagne. Serve immediately. Makes 1 serving.

Credit : BHG