I was lucky enough to be sent a new electric blue limited edition bottle of Absolut just in time to rustle up some nifty Valentine’s Day cocktails – and what better way to celebrate than with a duo of chic, red-tinted drinks? Continue reading
Did you know you could make your own Pimm’s? Well, my friend Charlie does, because that’s exactly what he did when he came over last weekend for a pizza party!
What drinks to serve at a royal wedding watching party
You’ve got a host of people over to watch Will and Kate tie the knot – but what the heck do you give them to drink, apart from good, old fashioned tea, of course? Check out this handy list of the best British tipples for your thirsty guests!
Pimms isn’t the only fruit cup you can make – check out this awesome blog for reviews of some other great fruit cup liquers! What could be better than a long glass of a fruit-studded cocktail on such a great day?
In the UK, we mostly have Buck’s Fizz, but whether you call it that or a Mimosa, there’s no denying this classic glass of bubbly and fruit juice is a right Royal winner!
You can buy your own, but you could try this great recipe for lashings of the stuff – the appropriate quantity for such a feast…
For your drivers and sober types, you need something without alcohol, lest you fall asleep before the vows are over… Making your own lemonade is easy, just combine lemon juice, water and sugar to taste.
Rhubarb, ginger and apple cocktail
Make use of some very British ingredients for this cool cocktail.
Gin, Dubonnet, lemonade and pomegranate juice make this symbolic cocktail, especially formulated for Wills and Kate.
- Here’s to Wills and Kate: Toast to the royal couple with these cocktails (canada.com)
- A quick Jamie Oliver menu idea for your royal wedding party (distractedgourmet.wordpress.com)
- “The Royal Wedding Cocktail” and related posts (blogs.villagevoice.com)