Salted Caramel White Russians. (Kate La Vie)
Salted Caramel White Russians., a beauty post from the blog Kate La Vie, written by Kate La Vie on Bloglovin’
Mulled Wine Recipe | Gimme Some Oven
Homemade mulled wine is incredibly easy to make on the stovetop (or simmer in the slow cooker), it's easy to customize with your favorite spices and add-ins, and it is SO cozy and delicious. Perfect for winter and holiday entertaining!
Luxe Round Bamboo Gold Drinks Trolley Bar Cart | Oliver Bonas
With a mixture of marble and burnished mirrored shelves and castor wheels, this rough luxe drinks trolley will allow you to play host to your guests in style. Complete the setting with mixed metallic, brass and wooden finishes.
Lime Strawberry Champagne
Strawberry lime champagne is a perfect cocktail with 3 ingredients only. Tasty, fancy and refreshing! Try it for your next celebration or weekend brunch.
Rose and Tarragon Gin Lemonade - Heather Christo
This cocktail is all about the late Spring garden. I used my first full blooming rose for this cocktail- (isn’t it pretty!!) and the beautiful lacy green tarragon that has sprouted up in my herb garden. I thought that the anise flavor of the tarragon and the floral rose would pair nicely with the juniper …
The French Tart - Grapefruit and Rosemary Cocktail - Nerds with Knives
This vodka, grapefruit and rosemary cocktail is tarted up with elderflower liqueur and has a refreshing taste perfect for cocktail hour.
Raspberry and Pomegranate Rosé Summer Cocktail
This Raspberry and Pomegranate Rosé Summer Cocktail is made with mint infused honey simple syrup, gin, pomegranate juice, and sparkling rosé. It is served with fresh raspberries, pomegranate seeds, and mint. It is such an impressive cocktail for any summer gathering.
Happy Friday! I hope you’ve had a wonderful week. No matter what state-of-mind you’re in at the end of the week, I hope you’re ready for a cocktail. Some of the finest spirits were created in France, among them cognac, Armagnac, calvados, St. Germain, Benedictine, absinthe, chartreuse, and today’s featured aperitif: Lillet. I love Lillet...