Cocktail Crush

Our Blue Cocktail Needs a Name! Enter Your Best Idea Today!

We are flat-out in love with our latest (electric blue!) libation. But there’s only one problem: It doesn’t have a name! Our latest Cocktail of the Month is the ideal drink to sip while flipping through our April issue (out on newsstands now!), a celebration of all things blue, from bungalows atop turquoise seas to a Lowcountry beach house decked […]

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2 Fall-Perfect Cocktails You Need To Try This Weekend

This week we had Time, Inc. test kitchen chef Mark Driskill develop a few brand new tasty cocktail recipes that are perfect for fall and oh-so delicious! Watch here, as he and Food & Wine Editor Chris Hughes serve up a live how-to: The apple and cinnamon aromas alone pack a punch and perfume the air with an autumn spirit. If you have watched […]

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2 Genius Cotton Candy Grape Cocktails

You might call California farmers Jack Pandol and Jim Beagle the Willie Wonkas of the fruit beat. That’s because, after a decade of cross-pollinating different grape varietals, they’ve struck culinary gold. With names like Gum Drops, Flavor Pops, and Cotton Candy, Pandol and Beagle have turned ordinary table grapes into one of the biggest cult foods around. How do they […]

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This is the Easy Blended Cocktail You Need For the Holiday Weekend

Three-day weekends call for rum, rum, and oh yes – more rum. Charleston, South Carolina’s Cane Rhum Bar & Caribbean Kitchen is our new favorite cocktail spot, and once you see their special-for-us “Coastal Blue” (it’s not on the menu!), you’ll know exactly why: And trust me, it tastes as good as it looks. If you need me this weekend, I’ll be perched […]

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3 Refreshing Tiki Drinks for a Hot Weekend

We’re celebrating the weekend with some boozy Tiki cocktails that have one delicious thing in common: orgeat syrup. Orgeat is made with almonds, sugar, water, and orange blossom water. You can buy orgeat syrup, or make it at home with our recipe below. Watch the video we made with Food Editor Chris Hughes and Test Kitchen Pro Karen Rankin here! […]

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Bring on the Bubbly This Valentine’s Day

This may just be the ultimate Galentine’s Day gift for your best friend – and it’s a message in a bottle. But not just any bottle. A bottle of crisp Veuve Clicquot Rosé. This inventive (and pretty!) packaging on the Clicq’ Call allows you to record a personalized voice message for the lucky recipient. It plays right when they open […]

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Three Sexy, Sparkling Cocktails to Make for Your Valentine this Weekend

Last week we got tips from Style Me Pretty’s Abby Larson on creating the perfect bar cart for your Valentine’s Day party. Today, Abby shares three of her favorite festive sparkling cocktail recipes that we’re dying to make. La Rosette With sparkling rosé, St. Germain, and one secret ingredient we’ve never used before, this cocktail is perfectly sweet and bubbly. […]

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How to Style the Perfect Bar Cart for Your Valentine’s Day Party (Plus, a DIY IKEA hack!)

We’re delighted today to bring you a bar cart DIY project from Style Me Pretty’s founder and editor Abby Larson. With pretty pinks and glittery golds, this bar setup is perfect for a Valentine’s Day get-together with the girls. “This small bar cart DIY is a mere $30 to start,” says Larson. “That’s peanuts compared to its store-bought counterparts and […]

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7 Delicious Non-Alcoholic Drinks to get you through Dry January

If you’re among the many who’ve opted out of alcohol this month in pursuit of a healthier lifestyle, congratulations on making it through your first week! We salute you (from the bar with an extra-large margarita in hand). Are all the mugs of hot green tea and endless cans of flavored sparkling water beginning to wear on you yet? These […]

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These Coastal Cities are the Most Hungover on New Year’s Day (Plus, a Toast to National Bloody Mary Day!)

How are you feeling this morning? So-so? Abysmal? Just peachy? According to a recent study conducted by Trulia, if you celebrated New Year’s Eve in certain cities across the US, you have a greater chance of being hungover on New Year’s Day. The real estate site rounded up stats on the number of nightlife establishments, bars, breweries, comfort food, restaurants, […]

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