Popular Cocktails and Mixes
It’s FINALLY summer time. Time for party with friends and long days at the pool. Come by the Wine and Spirits cellar and shop all your favorite beers, wines, liquors, and mixes! We will see you soon to get you summer party ready!
Here’s a refreshingly tart summer drink: the Greyhound cocktail! It’s citrusy and light, perfect as a brunch drink or for sipping at happy hour. It feels light and beachy for summer (though it works when citrus abounds in winter, too).
Rum and Ginger Ale
One last summer cocktail that works with any alcohol: the ginger ale highball! Mix your favorite liquor with ginger ale for a bubbly, refreshing summer drink.
When watermelon is in abundance, this is a great way to use it. Bobby Flay purees seedless watermelon chunks, then strains the juice through a sieve and mixes it with silver tequila, sugar syrup, blueberries, mint and fresh lime juice.
This light and refreshing cocktail is as reminiscent of the American South as it is of the South of France.
The Collins was most likely named after 19th-century bartender John Collins of London’s Limmer’s Hotel. The Tom Collins was originally made with Old Tom, a sweet style of gin that’s extremely hard to find today.
Strawberries sweeten these mojitos from mixologist Joaquin Simo.
This super-easy Bourbon-based punch only has five ingredients.
“I love this drink so much that it seems like my glass is always empty,” says Lacy Hawkins. Her favorite part is the balsamic vinegar. “It adds wonderful acidity to the drink and creates a caramelized finish.”