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The Mermaid Water Cocktail is the type of drink that will have you asking if you ever feel like a pirate. If you want to feel the gentle breeze of the ocean punch you in the mouth, then this is a drink for you. Read more
Although I am constantly being reminded to not eat seafood, now there is light at the end of the speargun. I can enjoy my guilty pleasure and also do a positive thing for marine conservation. Eat Lionfish!!! Read more
The best cocktail snacks are salty, crunchy and spicy, and this simple one-two combo delivers. Store-bought pretzel rods are sunk into a fiery chile oil. They’re perfect alongside an ice cold beer.—Jessica Battilana Read more
As the holiday season ramps up, chances are you’ll find yourself hosting a fete, dishing out appetizers and whipping up some fun, festive cocktails for your guests. But without fail, you’ll also need to provide libations for people who don’t or can’t drink booze, such as your pregnant best friend, a detoxing neighbor, underage revelers and teetotalers. But why subject them to boring soda when you can create a line up of beverages that taste amazing with or without liquor. For your next holiday party, try one of these five concoctions, and wow the whole crowd. Read more
Rethink how to use Vodka with these 3 Tropical Vodka Recipes Read more
FACT: There is even a National Rum Day, August 16
The multicoloured tapestry of rum styles spanning the Caribbean, Central and South America is as rich as the history and culture that encircles this great spirit.
Simple to make and quick to cook, these snappy shrimp are inspired by the cocktail of the same name, and the marinade includes many of the same ingredients. Because the acid in the lime juice can “cook” the shrimp, only marinate them for 10 minutes before cooking, Otherwise, they’ll become rubbery. Read more