A Long Island Iced Tea is a classic cocktail that I like to have at least once every summer. They're perfect for when you're hanging poolside or in our case, having a watergun fight (as one does).
It's summer, so ice coffee is a staple in our routine - but boozy iced coffee is becoming the new favourite.
We're seeing snowcones in a brand new light. A boozy light.
You may have noticed by now that we'll find an excuse to put prosecco in everything. So when we made popsicles after our visit to the Farmers' Market, we thought we'd make mimosa's out of them.
As part of our Canada Day celebrations we're hosting an epic Caesar Bar.
You may think rosé and lemonade is a strange combination, but trust us. It’s kind of like a mimosa, but better!
Yes, you read that headline accurately. We made a mimosa even better by adding sorbet, because brunch deserves a good cocktail. And #sundayfunday deserves a good brunch.
We’ve been mixing tea in our cocktails for awhile now and it’s definitely the best kept secret out there. Literally, you can take any tea, let it steep for at least 24 hours in your favourite liquor and voila! The combination of Earl Grey and gin is our absolute favourite. There’s something about the flavours that just mix so well together.
This week we decided to host our first-ever wine tasting. I start my Level 3 Sommelier training this summer and Rachel and Vanessa want me to impart my wisdom so they’ll be able to pick out a bottle of wine that isn’t solely chosen based on the design of the label.