Sometimes you're just in need of a good screw – a Juicy Screw cocktail that is. Just blend up watermelon to make fruity ice cubes and add them to a tall glass of vodka, orange juice, and watermelon schnapps. Easy as one, two, screw.
Red Queen Serves 2 100ml | 3 fl oz cranberry juice 80ml | 2.7 fl oz ( 1/3 cup) Hendricks gin 40ml | St Germain (Elderflower liqueur) juice of 1/2 lemon fresh cranberries threaded on cocktail sticks to garnish Method Fill your cocktail shaker with plenty of ice and add all the ingredients (apart from the fresh cranberries). Shake until a frost forms on the shaker – about 30 seconds. Pour into chilled martini or coupe glasses and garnish with the fresh cranberries.
This beautiful drink originated in Venice around the 1940's from the infamous Harry's Bar. While most Bellinis nowadays won't always be pinkish in color, it was named the Bellini because it's pinkish color reminded the creator of a pink toga in a painting by artist Giovanni Bellini.
With more sunshine, my end-of-day goal is to spend a few moments putzing in my garden. This means dinner consists of simple recipes, served with easy but delicious drinks, like smashes. These smashes make up a whole new world of cocktails with endless options for muddling, mixing, and of course sipping. This one is just perfect for today's 10-Minute Happy Hour.
26 Killer Cocktails to Serve at Your Halloween Party
This dark, sweet, blackberry-and-vodka cocktail — appropriately named the Black Widow — may have a venomous bite. Drink it if you dare. Click through for the recipe and more killer cocktails for your Halloween party.