Strawberry Chamomile Bellini

As your guests arrive, hand them a refreshing champagne cocktail, made with fresh strawberries and a whisper of chamomile, the perfect starter to your spring gathering....

The Honolulu Cocktail

A refreshing blended Asian-inspired cocktail. Provided by Republic Café....

Fresh Golden Root Juice

A fresh juice, designed to soothe the body — earthy and sweet in flavor with a touch of the exotic, using mostly roots....

Lavender, Elderflower, and Grapefruit Gin Fizz

When I started mulling over a lavender cocktail, I knew immediately that lavender’s flowery tones would pair well with an elderflower liqueur such as St-Germain and the botanical flavors of gin. From there, my mind jumped to a refreshing and summery gin fizz made with a lavender simple syrup and a dash of St-Germain....

Collins

The Collins is the most basic of cocktails and perfect for fall — not too sweet, not too strong, and easy to sip all day long. The basic Collins actually results in a number of different cocktails, depending on which spirits and ingredients you choose. You’ll also find recipes for two slightly more complex versions of the basic Collins....

Paulsen’s Pharmacy Ice Cream Soda

This is the recipe, verbatim, from the instructions printed from the soda jerks at the pre-InboundRx Paulsen's Pharmacy soda fountain....

Watermelon-Peppermint Agua Fresca

Combine 4 cups cold, diced, seeded watermelon, 1/2 cup water and juice of 1 lime, in a blender and purée until smooth. Muddle 16 peppermint leaves with 2 Tbsp unrefined sugar in the bottom of a pitcher or jar, pour in blended watermelon, and stir to dissolve sugar. Cover and store in the fridge for at least 1 hour. Serve over ice. Makes 8 servings....

Homemade Oat Milk

This creamy nondairy milk is lower in cholesterol—and methane emissions—than cow’s milk. Plus, making your own is easy, fast, fun and cheap. ...

Red Cider Zipper

This hot spiced cider is perfect for the cold winter months. Its complex flavor profile is a beautiful harmony of the tried and true apple-cinnamon-clove trio with more exotic ingredients such as ginger and hibiscus. It also makes for a unique cocktail when mulled with apple brandy. INGREDIENTS: 1 quart apple cider, preferably fresh 8 whole cloves 8 allspice berries 3 cinnamon sticks 3 inches of fresh ginger, sliced about 1/4 inch thick 5 orange slices, including rind 4 tea bags of red hibiscus and rosehip herbal tea, such as Red Zinger or Tazo Passion 2 cups boiling water 1 tablespoons honey (optional) 9 fluid ounces apple brandy (optional) Orange or Angostura bitters (optional) STEPS: Pour the cider into a medium saucepan with all of the spices, the ginger, and the orange slices. Bring...