Grapefruit Shandy

This cocktail recipe is so good and a really fun spin on a classic. The first thing you want to do is make your simple syrup. In a small pan over medium high heat add the sugar and water. Keep stirring until the sugar is dissolved and then turn off the heat and let it come to room temperature...

Peach & Raspberry Rosé Sangria

First thing you want to do is make the simple syrup for the sangria. In a pan over medium high heat add the water and sugar. Keep stirring until all of the sugar is dissolved. Turn off the heat and let it cool....

Strawberry Basil Mojito*

As soon as Summer hits, that means it's mojito time. Living in South Florida they're a definite cocktail staple. We grew up on them! My mom use to even put them in my bottle. {totally joking don't call child services on her} We've made so many different variations of the mojito I can't even count, but this one is one of my favorites! The classic mojito is made with mint but this is a delicious twist with the basil. The first thin...

Vanilla Rosemary Spiked Lemonade*

This cocktail recipe makes a pitcher of this delicious alocholic beverage. Warning: these go down way too easy. They're so crisp and refreshing with a little hint of something extra. The rosemary and vanilla adds such an aromatic twist to this cocktail that is unexpected but trust me it works! The first thing you want to do is make your simple syrup. In a pan add the water, sugar, rosemary, and vanilla extract. Heat up the syrup ...

Spanish Sangria*

Sangria might be one of my favorite things in the entire world. It's so delicious. When in Spain last year all I would do is drink this! I'm not trying to toot my own horn here... but I think this Sangria is just as good as when I was in Barcelona. To make this delicious drink mix together the red wine, brandy, cinnamon sticks, juice of two limes, one lemon, and one orange. I like to put the fruit in there after I juice them beca...