18 Types Of Drinks You Can Garnish With Edible Flowers

Flowers can make almost anything look better, including your home and a fitted suit. However, men and women alike who enjoy receiving bouquets may overlook its other uses for flowers. Many cultures use flowers in cooking, including our own, as either a garnish or as hors d’oeuvres. You can even improve the look of various drinks with petals, or whole flowers.

 

Tequila-Soaked Watermelon

Whatever Harry Styles claims, we all know this is what “watermelon sugar high” really means!

 

Watch The Tokyo Olympics With A Traditional Japanese Highball In Hand

In Japan, home to the upcoming Summer Olympics, the age-old thirst quencher is affectionately dubbed the “highball”. The Highball was a favorite of whisky drinkers in Japan in the 1950s. It was created to bring the proof of the whisky down and open it up in a refreshing way to pair well with Japanese cuisine. Highballs soon became an instant and widespread hit in the Land of the Rising Sun.

 

5 Delicious Whiskey Cocktails You Should Try

When people think about whiskey, cocktails are rarely the first thing that springs to the mind. However, there are plenty of tasty cocktails that you can make with one of the world’s most popular spirits. 

 
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Make A Strawberry Margarita Cocktail Like Country Cox

There’s no denying, Monica from the 90s sitcom “Friends” knew how to throw a proper party and mix a classic cocktail. It’s seems like some of that talent extended to actress Courteney Cox’s personal bar skills. 

 

Favorite Drinks Of Casino Lovers In Vegas

Gambling became legal in Las Vegas in the 1930s. Since then the city has become the epicenter of casinos and other forms of entertainment. The state of Nevada and Las Vegas especially have always been notable for their free spirit. For instance, it is legal to smoke and drink alcohol on the streets and in many public places. 

 

Perfect Your Next Bramble With A Shot Of Triple Three Gin

Born in London, but savoured across the globe, the Bramble is one of the few drinks that fall into the category of “modern classics.” Some call it, “the riesling of the cocktail world, known by drinks weenies since seemingly forever.”

 

Raise A Glass To World Cocktail Day With One Of These Angostura® Aromatic Bitters Drinks

The word cocktail was first coined on 13 May 1806 – which is why we celebrate world cocktail day on that specific day – when a New York tabloid defined the word cocktail as “a stimulating liquor, composed of spirits of any kind, sugar, water and bitters”. ANGOSTURA® aromatic bitters continues to be the essential ingredient in some of the world’s most famous and best-loved cocktails. What better way to celebrate World Cocktail Day than by turning your hand to mixing these simple and impressive libations at home?

 

Gwyneth Paltrow Creates A Quinoa Whiskey Cocktail During Lockdown

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow claims to have gone off the rails during the lockdown, hitting the bottle every night of the week and eating herself into a coma, just like the rest of us. The queen of healthy living came up with her own cocktail called the “Buster Paltrow”, which is made from quinoa whiskey.

 

How To Make A Strawberry Margarita Cocktail From Scratch

Not in the mood for a daiquiri? Make your own Strawberry Margarita from scratch! The main difference between strawberry margaritas and daiquiris is the base liquor: Margaritas use tequila and daiquiris require rum. Additionally, frozen strawberry daiquiri recipes typically use simple syrup while margaritas prefer triple sec.

 
 
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