Whisky is my favourite spirit for some of the most delicious cocktails, and with the launch of the new X by Glenmorangie–a whisky made for mixing–there are three simple, perfect drink recipes you need to try.
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The perfect Tia Maria summer cocktails for coffee lovers | Raspberry Lemonade, Cold Fashioned & Espresso Martini
Welcome to a cofftail summer, coffee lovers. Cofftails are the perfect fusion of coffee and cocktails, made for an afternoon or early evening treat, and you need to try them with Tia Maria.
Take your Caesars to the next level this summer with some of the best tips around for making the classic Canadian cocktail delicious and unique.
The classic Canadian Caesar is a fantastic cocktail, and it’s easy to make, but there are lots of options for taking the drink to another level, and the Smirnoff Pacific Rim Caesar is one of my favourites.
The Caesar is one of the most classic Canadian cocktails. It’s delicious and a little spicy, and it feels a bit like a meal unto itself, especially if you go for wild garnishes.
The Manhattan is one of my favourite cocktails. It’s smooth, sweet, with the perfect hint of bitters and spice. That’s where Knob Creek’s 9 Year Old bourbon makes for a fantastic cocktail.
Whisky cocktails have become classic staples of drink culture in the last few decades, and the Penicillin may be one of the best. They’re sweet and tangy, snappy, and just a little bit spicy. And they’re only as good as the whisky you use, so that’s why I love them with Johnnie Walker Black Label.
This winter, try something sweet, creamy and delicious with Baileys Red Velvet, a twist on your favourite spirit that’s perfect in hot chocolate, as a dessert topping, or simply on ice. You can even bake with it!
Happy long weekend! The summer came and it’s almost gone, but if you’re out on the patio, the deck, the dock, or relaxing on your sofa this weekend, I’ve got three very tasty cocktails to spice up your day courtesy of Northern Keep Vodka.
This summer, make the perfect match with two recipes that were made to go together: a delicious turkey burger recipe that’s sweet and savoury, paired with a maple whisky sour.