Spring Cocktails

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Spring has sprung! With the welcome arrival of warmer weather, we invite you to explore these new cocktail recipes.

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It’s #WorldCocktailDay, and we’re highlighting our favorite cocktails from around the globe. Where did your favorite originate?

#WorldCocktailDay

It’s #WorldCocktailDay, and we’re highlighting our favorite cocktails from around the globe. Where did your favorite originate?

First served at a banquet in New York City’s Manhattan Club to honor presidential candidate Samuel J. Tilden in 1870, the Manhattan has been a staple ever since.

Manhattan - United States

First served at a banquet in New York City’s Manhattan Club to honor presidential candidate Samuel J. Tilden in 1870, the Manhattan has been a staple ever since.

Officially declared the signature cocktail of New Orleans in 2008, the Sazerac has been a staple in the city for over a century. In the 1830s, Antoine Peychaud ran an apothecary where he served his customers toddies made with cognac and his family’s secret recipe for bitters. His drinks became so popular that a bar named the Sazerac Coffee House purchased the rights to Peychaud’s bitters, swapping out the cognac for rye whiskey.

Sazerac - United States

Officially declared the signature cocktail of New Orleans in 2008, the Sazerac has been a staple in the city for over a century. In the 1830s, Antoine Peychaud ran an apothecary where he served his customers toddies made with cognac and his family’s secret recipe for bitters. His drinks became so popular that a bar named the Sazerac Coffee House purchased the rights to Peychaud’s bitters, swapping out the cognac for rye whiskey.

While many people think of the margarita when they think of tequila cocktails, the refreshing paloma is actually the favorite in Mexico!

Paloma - Mexico

While many people think of the margarita when they think of tequila cocktails, the refreshing paloma is actually the favorite in Mexico!

The national cocktail of Cuba and a favorite of Ernest Hemingway, the mojito was originally invented in the early 16th century to make the plentiful but very potent rum more palatable to drink. It gained renown during Prohibition when Havana became a popular destination for a thirsty American populace.

Mojito - Cuba

The national cocktail of Cuba and a favorite of Ernest Hemingway, the mojito was originally invented in the early 16th century to make the plentiful but very potent rum more palatable to drink. It gained renown during Prohibition when Havana became a popular destination for a thirsty American populace.

Puerto Rican bartender Ramon Marrero created the frozen, fruity piña colada while working at the Caribe Hilton International Hotel in the 1950s. It became very popular with locals and international travelers alike, and in 1978, it was declared the official drink of Puerto Rico!

Piña Colada - Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican bartender Ramon Marrero created the frozen, fruity piña colada while working at the Caribe Hilton International Hotel in the 1950s. It became very popular with locals and international travelers alike, and in 1978, it was declared the official drink of Puerto Rico!

While there has been some disagreement about whether Peru or Chile owns the rights to the pisco sour, the European Commission officially declared Peru as the owners in 2013. The main ingredient, a clear grape brandy called pisco, can be traced back to 16th century Peru. The modern version of the pisco sour was created by Victor Vaughen Morris in a bar in Lima.

Pisco Sour - Peru

While there has been some disagreement about whether Peru or Chile owns the rights to the pisco sour, the European Commission officially declared Peru as the owners in 2013. The main ingredient, a clear grape brandy called pisco, can be traced back to 16th century Peru. The modern version of the pisco sour was created by Victor Vaughen Morris in a bar in Lima.

Caipirinha is the undisputed signature cocktail of Brazil. It is said that the cocktail was invented as a remedy for cholera. It’s made with cachaça, a rum-like spirit made from fermented sugarcane juice that has been produced in Brazil since the 1880s. Light rum can be substituted for the cachaça.

Caipirinha - Brazil

Caipirinha is the undisputed signature cocktail of Brazil. It is said that the cocktail was invented as a remedy for cholera. It’s made with cachaça, a rum-like spirit made from fermented sugarcane juice that has been produced in Brazil since the 1880s. Light rum can be substituted for the cachaça.

A classic French cocktail, the kir royale is an upgrade of the popular kir cocktail. Invented in Burgundy and made popular by the Mayor of Dijon, Canon Félix Kir, the traditional kir is a mixture of dry white wine and creme de cassis.

Kir Royale - France

A classic French cocktail, the kir royale is an upgrade of the popular kir cocktail. Invented in Burgundy and made popular by the Mayor of Dijon, Canon Félix Kir, the traditional kir is a mixture of dry white wine and creme de cassis.

Belgian bartender Gustave Tops invented the Black Russian cocktail in 1949 at the Hotel Metropole in Brussels. He created the concoction of vodka and coffee liqueur in honor of the visiting U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg, Perle Mesta. The drink was named due to its color and its use of vodka, which was well-known as a popular Russian drink at the time.

Black Russian - Belgium

Belgian bartender Gustave Tops invented the Black Russian cocktail in 1949 at the Hotel Metropole in Brussels. He created the concoction of vodka and coffee liqueur in honor of the visiting U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg, Perle Mesta. The drink was named due to its color and its use of vodka, which was well-known as a popular Russian drink at the time.

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It’s #WorldCocktailDay, and we’re highlighting our favorite cocktails from around the globe. Where did your favorite originate?

#WorldCocktailDay

It’s #WorldCocktailDay, and we’re highlighting our favorite cocktails from around the globe. Where did your favorite originate?

First served at a banquet in New York City’s Manhattan Club to honor presidential candidate Samuel J. Tilden in 1870, the Manhattan has been a staple ever since.

Manhattan - United States

First served at a banquet in New York City’s Manhattan Club to honor presidential candidate Samuel J. Tilden in 1870, the Manhattan has been a staple ever since.

Officially declared the signature cocktail of New Orleans in 2008, the Sazerac has been a staple in the city for over a century. In the 1830s, Antoine Peychaud ran an apothecary where he served his customers toddies made with cognac and his family’s secret recipe for bitters. His drinks became so popular that a bar named the Sazerac Coffee House purchased the rights to Peychaud’s bitters, swapping out the cognac for rye whiskey.

Sazerac - United States

Officially declared the signature cocktail of New Orleans in 2008, the Sazerac has been a staple in the city for over a century. In the 1830s, Antoine Peychaud ran an apothecary where he served his customers toddies made with cognac and his family’s secret recipe for bitters. His drinks became so popular that a bar named the Sazerac Coffee House purchased the rights to Peychaud’s bitters, swapping out the cognac for rye whiskey.

While many people think of the margarita when they think of tequila cocktails, the refreshing paloma is actually the favorite in Mexico!

Paloma - Mexico

While many people think of the margarita when they think of tequila cocktails, the refreshing paloma is actually the favorite in Mexico!

The national cocktail of Cuba and a favorite of Ernest Hemingway, the mojito was originally invented in the early 16th century to make the plentiful but very potent rum more palatable to drink. It gained renown during Prohibition when Havana became a popular destination for a thirsty American populace.

Mojito - Cuba

The national cocktail of Cuba and a favorite of Ernest Hemingway, the mojito was originally invented in the early 16th century to make the plentiful but very potent rum more palatable to drink. It gained renown during Prohibition when Havana became a popular destination for a thirsty American populace.

Puerto Rican bartender Ramon Marrero created the frozen, fruity piña colada while working at the Caribe Hilton International Hotel in the 1950s. It became very popular with locals and international travelers alike, and in 1978, it was declared the official drink of Puerto Rico!

Piña Colada - Puerto Rico

Puerto Rican bartender Ramon Marrero created the frozen, fruity piña colada while working at the Caribe Hilton International Hotel in the 1950s. It became very popular with locals and international travelers alike, and in 1978, it was declared the official drink of Puerto Rico!

While there has been some disagreement about whether Peru or Chile owns the rights to the pisco sour, the European Commission officially declared Peru as the owners in 2013. The main ingredient, a clear grape brandy called pisco, can be traced back to 16th century Peru. The modern version of the pisco sour was created by Victor Vaughen Morris in a bar in Lima.

Pisco Sour - Peru

While there has been some disagreement about whether Peru or Chile owns the rights to the pisco sour, the European Commission officially declared Peru as the owners in 2013. The main ingredient, a clear grape brandy called pisco, can be traced back to 16th century Peru. The modern version of the pisco sour was created by Victor Vaughen Morris in a bar in Lima.

Caipirinha is the undisputed signature cocktail of Brazil. It is said that the cocktail was invented as a remedy for cholera. It’s made with cachaça, a rum-like spirit made from fermented sugarcane juice that has been produced in Brazil since the 1880s. Light rum can be substituted for the cachaça.

Caipirinha - Brazil

Caipirinha is the undisputed signature cocktail of Brazil. It is said that the cocktail was invented as a remedy for cholera. It’s made with cachaça, a rum-like spirit made from fermented sugarcane juice that has been produced in Brazil since the 1880s. Light rum can be substituted for the cachaça.

A classic French cocktail, the kir royale is an upgrade of the popular kir cocktail. Invented in Burgundy and made popular by the Mayor of Dijon, Canon Félix Kir, the traditional kir is a mixture of dry white wine and creme de cassis.

Kir Royale - France

A classic French cocktail, the kir royale is an upgrade of the popular kir cocktail. Invented in Burgundy and made popular by the Mayor of Dijon, Canon Félix Kir, the traditional kir is a mixture of dry white wine and creme de cassis.

Belgian bartender Gustave Tops invented the Black Russian cocktail in 1949 at the Hotel Metropole in Brussels. He created the concoction of vodka and coffee liqueur in honor of the visiting U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg, Perle Mesta. The drink was named due to its color and its use of vodka, which was well-known as a popular Russian drink at the time.

Black Russian - Belgium

Belgian bartender Gustave Tops invented the Black Russian cocktail in 1949 at the Hotel Metropole in Brussels. He created the concoction of vodka and coffee liqueur in honor of the visiting U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg, Perle Mesta. The drink was named due to its color and its use of vodka, which was well-known as a popular Russian drink at the time.

Your mouth will experience a citrus explosion with every sip! So good and very refreshing. Spring Cocktails, Rose Buds, Cocktail Recipes, Tableware, Dinnerware, Tablewares, Dishes, Place Settings

The Rosebud

Your mouth will experience a citrus explosion with every sip! So good and very refreshing.

Much like an old fashioned but with an aromatic and savory twist. Popular Cocktails, Spring Cocktails, Cocktail Ingredients, Bitter, Cocktail Recipes, The Essential, Barware, Food, Essen

Couture Nouveau

Much like an old fashioned but with an aromatic and savory twist.

This sangria is packed with flavor. It's perfect to serve for Mother's Day brunch, a bridal shower or hanging out on the weekend with friends. Cranberry Cocktail, Refreshing Cocktails, Summer Drinks, Pink Cocktails, Cocktail Drinks, Winter Cocktails, Making Rose Water, Pink Lemonade Recipes, Thing 1

Rosé Elderflower Sangria

This sangria is packed with flavor. It's perfect to serve for Mother's Day brunch, a bridal shower or hanging out on the weekend with friends.

You'll want to make this cocktail over and over. It's light and refreshing — perfect for the warm days ahead. Mixed Drinks, Fun Drinks, Beverages, Paleo Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Spring Cocktails, Alcohol Drink Recipes, Cocktail Making, Spring Has Sprung

Tito's Rocks & Raspberries

You'll want to make this cocktail over and over. It's light and refreshing — perfect for the warm days ahead.

Another spritzer that is a must try. This makes a delicious cocktail to serve with brunch or just to sip on a relaxing afternoon. Spring Cocktails, Spring Has Sprung, Lemon Grass, Cocktail Recipes, Brunch, Strawberry, Table Decorations, Ethnic Recipes, How To Make

Strawberry & Lemongrass Fizz

Another spritzer that is a must try. This makes a delicious cocktail to serve with brunch or just to sip on a relaxing afternoon.

We absolutely love a spritzer and this version with prosecco and cucumber vodka is perfect as we move to warmer weather. Cucumber Vodka, Spring Cocktails, Spring Has Sprung, Prosecco, Cocktail Recipes, Weather, Weather Crafts

Stoli Cucumber Spritzer

We absolutely love a spritzer and this version with prosecco and cucumber vodka is perfect as we move to warmer weather.