The Jack’s Grand Ball cocktail is a Mix That Drink original built around Jack Honey. To it, I added a touch of Tia Maria, Grand Marnier and a dash or two of Fee Brothers Aztec Chocolate Bitters.
The Triple-Berry Margarita features blackberries, raspberries and strawberries along with the traditional lime juice and orange liqueur of a margarita. The directions below are for making it slushy and blended, but you can also just put the berry mixture and other ingredients in a pitcher with ice and stir thoroughly to chill and serve it
The top Shelf Margarita eschews the usual sour mix in favor of lime juice, and that’s a delicious move. To that, it adds Grand Marnier (I also recommend Patron Citronge) and the top shelf tequila of your choice. The flavors of lime and orange seem fresher and more complex in this recipe compared to the
The Suffragette City cocktail probably got its name from being pinkish in color. It blends orange, lime and berry flavors with light rum, so it’s very easy to like. This drink is light on the fruit flavors, so you can enjoy it when you want something a little bit fruity but not overwhelmingly sweet or
The Umbrella Man Special is one of those super-easy cocktails featuring equal parts of everything, and most of them sweet liqueurs. But this one uses a fairly unusual ingredient: Drambuie. Without that, this drink would be be a B-52 with added vodka. But the Drambuie adds a honey flavor into the mix, and that makes
Thanksgiving cocktails should make you want to curl up by a fire and sip them. Think about fall harvest and all the traditional foods of Thanksgiving. I’ve also included a few drinks that you serve warm. Look to flavors like apple, pumpkin, cranberry, ginger and other spices. Consider warm drinks with or without coffee, and