The Brown Turkey is the original creation of Austin, Texas bartender Justin Chamberlin, who had a bite of Thanksgiving stuffing and knew what he had to do. As the book describes, this drink combines the subtle spices of aged rum with the sultry sweetness of figs, and a bright, bubbly pop of sparkling wine.
If you like Campari, it’s featured in this cocktail along with Cointreau, fresh lemon juice, gin and sparkling wine. The bubbles lift the mix to make it a fun drink to serve at brunch. Its creator is Ted Kilgore.
Cranberry sauce in a cocktail? Your eyes are not fooling you, nor are we messing with you. Los Angeles bartender David Delaney was chosen for his novel sparkler by the editors of Imbibe magazine. Somehow, the strained cranberry sauce paired with the bubbly, gin and bitters, turns into a festive drink as well as a […]
When there’s a chill in the air, put some bourbon in your glass. This cozy cocktail created by Alex Province will delight and relax you and your guests. You’ll want to make this in early autumn when temps dip into the 40s and 50s overnight. And it makes a great pre- or post-Thanksgiving drink, too. […]
You know me—I love easy, delicious cocktails, and I have a festive seasonal sparkler this time to get your Thanksgiving rolling. Pair together cranberry juice, vodka and champagne, and your guests will be having too much fun to notice you forgot to defrost the turkey. Serve your drinks in chilled martini glasses; simply run your […]