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  • Three photos side by side. To the left is a glass mug of Hot Buttered Rum, in the center are three flutes of Chamb' and Bubbly. To the right is a glass mug of hot mulled wine.
    Let’s show 2020 the door and enjoy ourselves while we’re at it! Grab a cocktail shaker and mix a different drink every day of the month! Whether you prefer an Old-Fashioned or a French 75, we have the recipes for you.
  • Vieux carre in a whiskey glass with ingredients to make the cocktail behind it.
    3 min
    The Vieux Carré is a classic New Orleans cocktail. It’s made with a blend of brandy and rye whiskey, bitters, Benedictine, and vermouth—a combination that will warm your blood and enliven your spirit.
  • Glass jar filled with Campari substitute. A whiskey glass with a cocktail inside is to the right.
    10 min
    Making your own Campari at home is easy and affordable. Use it to make all your favorite campari cocktails, like a Negroni, a Boulevardier, or a Campari Spritz! Homemade Campari also makes a great gift for your cocktail-loving friends.
  • Low-proof cocktail in a coupe glass with a black salted rim. Lime, bitters and a bottle are in the background.
    5 min
    A chocolatey riff on the classic Adonis cocktail, this drink is made with crème de cacao, sherry, and vermouth. This low-proof cocktail feels so special you won’t know what you’re missing. It’s equally perfect for a holiday cocktail party or Friday movie night!
  • Homemade bitters in small dropper bottles.
    15 min
    Making your own cocktail bitters at home is easy and fun! These chocolate bitters are a great beginner recipe, and versatile enough to use in a variety of homemade cocktails. Homemade bitters make great gifts, too!
  • Sidecar cocktail with a halved lemon to the left and a lemon peel on the edge of the glass.
    5 min
    The sidecar is a classic cocktail made with Cognac, orange liqueur, and lemon juice. It’s equally appropriate at a backyard barbecue or a fancy dinner party! Try some of our favorite variations, too!
  • Cosmopolitan ingredients on a counter with a cosmo drink in front.
    5 min
    Nothing like a Cosmopolitan! Made with citrus vodka, cranberry juice, Cointreau, lime juice, and simple syrup, this easy-to-make cocktail is a favorite for every occasion.
  • Hard Cider and Pomegranate Mimosa on a wooden board with an apple, stir spoon and second glass behind it.
    2 min
    Looking for a refreshing drink? Try this simple, fruit forward and easy-to-make Hard Cider Mimosa. The fruity apple aroma from the cider combined with tart pomegranate juice makes this drink perfect for front porch sipping.
  • A chilled coupe with a frothy gin cocktail to show what a gimlet is.
    4 min
    A classic gimlet doesn’t require much: gin (or vodka, if you must), lime, and simple syrup. That’s it! It’s a perfectly balanced gin sour that’s equally appropriate for a dinner party or a casual night at home.
  • Two tall glasses of Pimms cup cocktail with slices of cucumber, mint leaves and ice. Mint leaves and Pimms no 1 are behind the glasses.
    8 min
    Serve summer in a glass with a Pimm’s Cup Cocktail! Make it with Pimms No. 1, ginger beer (or sparkling lemonade), simple syrup, cucumbers, strawberries, and mint. So refreshing!
  • A wine glass with an Aperol spritz cocktail inside.
    3 min
    The effervescent Aperol Spritz is here for your summer enjoyment! Made with Aperol, Prosecco, and a splash of soda water, this sparkling cocktail can be enjoyed before dinner, or anytime!
  • Three summery drink images set side by side. The image to the left is two glasses of iced chai lattes with two large ice cubes in each. The photo in the center is a pitcher of lemonade with slices of lemon inside. To the right are bottles of homemade kombucha.
    Summer days are for front porch sippin’. Whether you are boozy, booze-free, or into fermented tea this list of satisfying summer drinks has something for everyone! Stir, share, sip and savor.
  • Horizontal view of ingredients for sparkling rose mimosas are on a tray. Rose, stir stick, lemon slices, watermelon slices and a wine glass with the mimosa inside.
    10 min
    Nothing says summer like watermelon, and nothing quenches your thirst like a Watermelon Rosé Mimosa! Who says you can’t drink your fruit? A quick blitz in a food processor or blender and you’re on your way to enjoying the best drink of summer! Just add rosé!
  • Two Strawberry Daiquiri cocktails on a surface with a cocktail umbrella in the background
    5 min
    Frozen Strawberry Daiquiris are the ultimate poolside thirst quencher. Made with strawberries, rum, lime juice, and sugar. Use frozen strawberries for an extra-slushy texture!
  • How to Make Pina Colada in a blender with less ice
    5 min
    Easy Piña Colada! A summer staple, learn how to make piña coladas with traditional piña colada ingredients of rum, coconut, and pineapple. Grab your favorite tiki glass for this delicious blender drink!
  • Two glasses of the best Pineapple-Mango Mimosa are on a marble counter. An orange flower and green pineapple leaf are inside each glass.
    2 min
    Make your next brunch extra festive with this bright, cheery Pineapple-Mango Mimosa. It’s great made with Cava, a Spanish sparkling wine, but your favorite bubbly will do!
  • Prosecco, orange juice, orange slices and three glasses of the best mimosas are on a tray. Whole oranges are to the left of the tray.
    5 min
    A mimosa, the classic combination of orange juice and sparkling wine, makes the perfect pick-me-up drink. It’s light, refreshing, and easy to make. Don’t have orange juice? Mix and match with any citrus fruit you have around.
  • Mojito recipe made with mint, lime, and simple syrup
    5 min
    The best fresh mint mojitos are made by steeping crushed mint in sugar and rum. So refreshing and minty! This rum cocktail hits the spot on a hot summer day.

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