The Champagne Cocktail is sleek, simple, and elegant. You’ve got that sugar cube in there, slowly dissolving, releasing a stream of bubbles and sweetness into the drink. This is a drink that comes with its own built-in fireworks.
The Moscow Mule is all about the ginger beer, so use a pungent brand with a lot of kick in this classic cocktail. The drink is called a mule, after all.
We love a cocktail with a good story. And this one happens to have a Connecticut tie-in. Robert Simonson created this recipe in 2016 for a cocktail reception that followed a lecture at the Yale School of Architecture, at the request of that school’s dean, architect Deborah Berke.
During a visit to Olea, we’re treated to Chef Manuel Romero’s tomato gazpacho and stuffed piquillo peppers, and this exquisite cocktail by Michelle Draper.
This sweet 3-ingedient snack is served at the fair in paper cones. Fair season or not, sugary roasted pecans make a great nibble for family game night, cocktail parties, or any party really.
This fresh tiki cocktail made with The Real McCoy rum, will put you on “island time,” whether you enjoy one during the dog days of summer or the dead of winter.