The Negroni is a classic Italian cocktail; a bitter apertivo enjoyed before a meal or with appetizers. Then there’s a “wrong” Negroni, which is just right for me!
Sometimes I have to work for it. Other times a recipe comes to me as easily as seeing writing on a wall. In the case of the classic Pisco Sour Cocktail, it literally did.
Sangria is one of those nearly infinitely variable drinks. Mix and match wines, fruit, and the amount of sweetness to your liking.
“Daddy needs a cocktail!” By the time the weekend rolls around, Cosmopolitan, anyone?
Without a drop of irony, I seek out museum cafes when I travel. They are predictably good and often have menus that match the exhibits. But sometimes all you need is a cup of hot chocolate and a baked good.
It’s warm weather cocktail time! Have you met my friend, Hugo? He has a refreshingly light and easy-going personality with mint for cooling freshness, lime for a little “zing!” and elderflower for a subtle floral touch. Some would even say he’s downright sparkly! I think you’re going to like him, too.