Up in Rosemary
Looking for something light, fruity, and not very sweet? Then this is perfect for you!!! It’s a delicious and refreshing take on the classic French 75 and who doesn’t like bubbles and strawberries?Tatiana East
It’s summer and it’s hot! Sounds like its perfect time for Pisco. For my Summer Thyme cocktail I infused Pisco with thyme to give it some extra herbal notes. Pisco and pineapple make a great marriage.Tatiana East
Rust and Gold
This is a play on the classic cocktail Gold Rush. Instead of using just honey syrup I’m using both honey and ginger syrup. It makes a great combination. Ginger provides a little kick of spice that creates a great combination of flavors for January weather. Stay warm and enjoy it! (more…)Tatiana East
The hardest part of cocktail creation for me is the name. To translate the idea and the feeling of the cocktail is quite difficult.
It was rather cold January here in Florida. I don’t remember last time it went below 32F. I come up with something easy to make and delicious to drink and it will keep you warm. Enjoy it:)Tatiana East
Pumpkin Juice #2
If you’re a Harry Potter fan, a pumpkin lover, or you’ve ever been to Universal’s Harry Potter World you’ll probably love this drink. At Universal you probably wound up with an orange bottle that had a pumpkin cap. That’s right! The Pumpkin Juice! It’s delicious but definitely too sweet so I worked my magic and came up with a version I think is perfect. I hope you enjoy it at your next Wizards & Witches party!Tatiana East
A lot of people have it stuck in their heads that scotch is exclusively for the elderly gentleman. The only way they imagine it is on the rocks or with a splash of soda water. Nothing could be further from the truth! In fact, scotch is fun a flavor and provides plenty of room for the imagination to run wild.
The Regal Star is my way of showing you that a refreshing scotch cocktail can be created with this much-maligned spirit.Tatiana East
Spicy Blueberry Cocktail
On one of my nights off my husband asked me to make him something fruity and refreshing. On the occasion he drinks at home it’s usually picked at random; off the shelf and neat. So this was a request out of place. Nonetheless, I got to digging around in my refrigerator and oh… all I had was lemons and blueberries! I didn’t even have simple syrup made. In fact, the only syrup I had was a cinnamon one. 😑 Right? I decided to roll with it. The worst that could happen is my husband doesn’t like it — but drinks it anyway. Because he loves me.Tatiana East