A very refreshing cocktail for weary palates.
A healthy, quick, breakfast smoothie.
Barley water is an old-fashioned drink that was traditionally given to children.
The name comes from the uniforms of the British troops in Ireland before creation of the Republic.
A classic Mid-West American drink.
A sipping drink served in French cafés.
A classic, pure Martini recipe.
Depending on the invalid’s tastes, you could add additional seasoning such as a pinch of ground cumin, herbs, etc.
Give the designated drivers something interesting to drink.
A great, non-alcoholic refreshing summer drink.
This is a simple recipe for an inexpensive, robust coffee mix for use with refillable K-Cups in Keurig Coffee machines. It makes about 450 cups for around 15 dollars; about 30 cents per K-Cup of coffee.
Make sure that, if the glasses you serve this in are thin, you give your guests a paper napkin to hold the glass with owing to the heat.
Be wary of these, as they go down too easily, particularly on warm summer evenings.
A perfectly balanced, slushy style Margarita cocktail. The flavours are in such perfect balance that you’d almost swear they were layered in the glass.
A delicious milk shake. You can make it any time of year, but of course the flavours call out autumn.
This is how the Romans made their barley water.
A mild, light drink.
This is one of the best tasting homemade egg nogs we’ve come across in decades of experimenting, and it’s also the quickest and easiest. It’s thick, satisfying and tasty.
This goes great with Mexican food. You can also make a warm version of this.
A classic Hallowe’en party drink for grown-up kids.
An adult cooler drink.