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Spice up your cocktails with this jalapeño simple syrup recipe. From spicy margaritas to jalapeño-infused lemonade, the options are endless. It’s super easy to make at home and you can make it as mild or spicy as you’d like. This spicy simple syrup can be stored for up to a month in the fridge.
If you love a grapefruit paloma or a classic margarita, you’re going to love this unique Mexican cocktail. Cantaritos are made with a blend of citrus juices, tequila and grapefruit soda served in a traditional clay pot, or cantarito de barro.
Bourbon lovers rejoice. This bourbon sidecar is a variation of the classic brandy cocktail featuring orange liqueur and lemon juice. It’s simple, elegant and really highlights the flavor of the whiskey.
This mint simple syrup can be used to infuse fresh mint flavor into your favorite cocktails, like mint juleps, mojitos and even mocktails. This easy mint syrup can be made in just a few minutes, and can even be frozen for fresh minty flavor any time of year.
These ginger saketinis are made with traditional, dry sake paired with gin and lime juice, then topped off with fizzy ginger beer and a cucumber slice. They are crisp and refreshing, and are sure to become one of your favorite ginger cocktail recipes. Makes 2 cocktails.
Made popular in the 1970’s, the amaretto stone sour features sweet Italian liqueur mixed with orange juice and sour mix. Garnished with a maraschino cherry and an orange wheel, this light cocktail riff makes for a delicious, well-rounded drink that’s perfect for brunch or a summer afternoon.