Take advantage of the fleeting lilac season, and experiment with this Fermented Honey Lilac Drink. It's light, fizzy and may help you combat allergy season too! It tastes like a light beer, making it an enjoyable spring and summer sipper, and if you're skeptical about drinking lilacs, don't worry. The floral notes are light and subtle.
This post is for my bitter, anti-romance, cupid haters. My recommendation to you? Whip up these Grilled Lemon Rose Vodka Cocktails for Valentine's Day, and take a deep dive into true crime and dark humor. Share these cocktails with a fellow bitter friend, or simply enjoy a few all by yourself. It's your Valentine's Day. Do whatever you gotta do to get to February 15th in good spirits (pun intended... not sorry)!
This Gingerbread Loaf lands somewhere between a cake and a breakfast treat. It's wintry and comforting, with a pick-me-up burst of citrus from the glaze. It pairs well with a Manhattan, but I also include directions for adding that Manhattan to the Gingerbread Loaf (poke-cake style). The cocktail flavoring is subtle, but adds a little something to make each bite a little more worth savoring.
I like to think of homemade eggnog as winter's milkshake. It's richness naturally makes it a slow slipper, so it's hard to overdo it with this treat, but to kick up the indulgence factor (but teeter on the cusp of reasonable indulgences), try pairing your sips with a Healthyish cake for one.