Tag Archives | cocktail

Mama Maria! It’s National Cocktail Day!

We're redefining 'the most wonderful time of the year' with this tequila-based Bloody Mary. Read more »

Bourbon in a Sangria? You Heard Us Right

Sangria isn't just for summer, as this recipe proves. The bourbon (yes, bourbon) and cinnamon add warmth to this fruity beverage, making it perfect for sipping all season long. Read more »

Aperol Spritzer Summer Punch Recipe

Who doesn’t love theme days? At the ModCloth office, we can’t get enough of ’em — and last Friday was deemed “Fancy Friday”! We got all dolled up, noshed on noms like cucumber finger sandwiches, listened to classical music, and …

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Dreamy & Delicious: Sour Cherry and Coconut Colada

Maybe you're putting together a spring cocktail hour with girlfriends, or perhaps you're planning a bridal shower. Maybe you just want to lounge outdoors in the sun with a pal, or find respite indoors with a small gathering. Whatever your mission, this gorgeous cocktail is one that'll impress. Read more »

A Winter-to-Spring Cocktail: The Pear, Ginger & Raspberry Bellini

The Pear, Ginger & Raspberry Bellini gets you through the transition from winter to spring with a hint of heat, a nod to sweetness and style that says 'celebrate'! Read more »
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A Winter-to-Spring Cocktail: The Pear, Ginger & Raspberry Bellini

The Pear, Ginger & Raspberry Bellini gets you through the transition from winter to spring with a hint of heat, a nod to sweetness and style that says 'celebrate'! Read more »
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Shake & Sip: A Vintage Cocktail Recipe from Lesley M. M. Blume

With the holidays (read: 'entertainment time') quickly approaching, we pounced on the opportunity to have author and cocktail connoisseur Lesley M. M. Blume create a custom drink for us! Read more »
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Retro Revival: We Try Out a Recipe from a 1970’s Cookbook

We’ve been wondering: if throwback threads can delight eras after they were made, are retro recipes just as timeless? Here, we tested out a tropically tasty cocktail from one of my mother’s cookbooks to see what our seventies sisters were …

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