This might be the title of my newly imagined fairytaleâ¦or maybe just a newly imagined sakÃ© cocktail?!
This one so simple to make, so much fun, and oh so delicious! It's like two cocktails in one. At first, the fruit of the Prosecco shines, but as the sakÃ© snowball melts the flavors transform into something new completely!
Here's what you'll need:
Leave a comment if you make this yummy cocktail! I'd love to hear your thoughts!
Has 2020 inspired you to try something new? A new hobby or pastime to enjoy during this time at home? For me, it has been exploring the world of mixology and creating special, unique, and creative cocktails at home. I have been pulling inspiration from favorite Classic Cocktails, and putting my own unique spin on my creations.
Making cocktails is so much like cooking! Trial and error coupled with gaining a deep understanding of the endless ingredients available. Like cooking, cocktail construction requires a few key tools. Sure, you can improvise and use measuring cups instead of a jigger, a jar instead of a shaker, a whisk instead of a muddler. But, as the passion took hold for me over the past couple of months I decided I needed to get a little more serious. That said, I don’t have limitless space, or a bar, or a massive budget…
Then I discovered this amazing at-home bar kit from Mixology and Craft. I am obsessed! Check out the brief unboxing video below to see what's inside and stay tuned for lots of fun new cocktail creations featuring these lovely tools. My goal is to make all of my cocktails delicious, creative, original, and EASY TO MAKE!
Need one of these kits for your own home? Find it on my holiday gift by clicking this link!!
What kinds of cocktail recipes do you guys want to see next?!
I’m back in holiday cocktail mode! I’ve dreamed up this easy and delicious collision of herbal and fruit flavors for you guys. Delightful citrus aromas from the Yuzu Gin are balanced beautifully by the easy-to-make thyme 🌱 simple syrup. The addition of pomegranate juice and seeds bumps up the fruit notes and provides a gorgeous, festive color. A float of dry Prosecco integrates the flavors and textures just like your favorite holiday wrapping paper!
It’s officially fuzzy sweater and cozy beverage season. I had so much fun making mulled wine in the crockpot over the weekend! A few of you asked for the recipe, so here you go!
It’s time for another Happy Hour offering: Bobbing for Apples! This is one of my absolute favorite Fall cocktails, and the perfect complement to the flavors in the whisky.
Sunny days call for fresh, delicious cocktails on the patio! This time of year, we should all be flocking to the patio or bar with friends to enjoy drinks together. Instead, our favorite restaurants are closed due to the spread of COVID-19. As I daydreamed about my favorite dining experiences, I began thinking about the types of cocktails I like best.