A margarita is a cocktail consisting of tequila, triple sec and lime or lemon juice. The Frozen Strawberry Margarita is one of the most popular of the flavored cocktails. This cocktail offers a great way to cool down on a hot summer day.


National Margarita Day is Feb. 22! We pay tribute and honor the drink on this special day of celebration. We so deeply respect and value its place in our history that we have set aside Feb. 22 of every year. Todd McCalla founded the day to spread his love for the drink all around the world.


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Frozen Strawberry Margarita

Blue Lagoon is a popular summer cocktail featuring blue Curaçao. One variation adds a dash of lime cordial to the mix. Another variation with a dash of raspberry cordial is known as a "Fruit tingle." 


A brilliant, turquoise 1970s classic, this drink may look and sound tropical, but it's a deliciously tangy, citrus harmony of vodka, blue curaçao and lemonade.


Some bartenders like to blend it with crushed ice, while others serve it long over ice, topped with lemonade, as it is here. Despite the blue color, blue curaçao tastes exactly the same as any other curaçao liqueur. The color is purely for decoration.

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Blue Lagoon

The Kamikaze consists of equal parts vodka, triple sec and lime juice. According to the International Bartenders Association, it is best to serve straight up in a cocktail glass. Garnish is typically a wedge or twist of lime.


This cocktail is an historic drink, a distillate of elegance and sumptuous scents. It belongs to the great family of the sour cocktails, namely a spirit (in this case vodka) + triple sec + lemon/lime juice. 3 parts of each for a triune cocktail, packed with a compact and precise elegance.


The recipe of the Kamikaze drink is all played on the sweet and sharp flavors of triple sec that weave to the textured freshness of lemon. Vodka has a neutral flavor, but with its alcoholic thickness, sustains the whole cocktail, making it smooth.

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Sex on the Beach is effectively a Cosmopolitan with Archers Peach Schnapps, plus orange juice instead of Grand Marnier. This cocktail is the ideal relaxing holiday mixed drink.


The International Bartenders Association Archers lists its official Sex on the Beach recipe as comprising Peach Schnapps, Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka, orange juice and cranberry juice, shaken together and then strained into a Highball glass.


With the sweet edge to this cocktail plus fruit juice, a good Sex on the Beach needs to be served ice cold. Turn it into a shot without the juices and with a pour of half vodka and half peach schnapps, plus a drop of grenadine.

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Sex on the Beach


Mojitos are one of our favorite summertime sipping cocktails but with a little boost of cranberry, they become the cranberry mojito. This is a perfect holiday party cocktail. Instead of just using regular sugar or simple syrup, a cranberry syrup turns the entire drink to a beautiful reddish-pink color that’s just right for the time of year.


Fresh mint is muddled with lime juice then mixed with rum, the cranberry syrup, and ice for a refreshing and festive drink that your guests will love. Top it off with a couple of fresh cranberries and your holiday soiree is complete.


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Cranberry Mojito

A Woo Woo is an alcoholic beverage consisting of vodka, peach schnapps, and cranberry juice. 


A bold, brash drink that’s not to everyone’s tastes, this vodka-fruit flavor carrier is a surprising hit with guests. Arising from a desire by bartenders in the late 70s to turn their back on the whole weighty tradition of Manhattans, Slings and Sazeracs. It is a simple, showy cocktail that has balanced sweet and sour fruit flavors – peach and cranberry – on a base of delicious vodka.


The Woo Woo is very much of its time – that brief period when daft cocktail names were not even an option, but a necessity. We had Sex on the Beach, Fuzzy Navel (switch out the cranberry juice for orange juice and remove vodka) and Mudslide, all cult classics that some bartenders are celebrating once again. And there are occasions when the Woo Woo cocktail really hits the mark – at barbecues, house parties, housewarming events, and those fun times with friends.

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Woo Woo


The Spritz is a wine-based cocktail that you serve as an aperitif in Northeast Italy. The drink consists of prosecco wine, a dash of some bitter liqueur such as Aperol, Campari, Cynar, or, especially in Venice, with Select.


Then top the glass off with sparkling mineral water. Typically you serve it over ice in a lowball glass (or sometimes a martini glass or wine glass) and garnish a slice of orange. Or sometimes you garnish with an olive, depending on the liqueur. Another variation of the drink uses champagne with the liqueur rather than prosecco.


The drink originates in Venice while it was part of the Austrian Empire. And it is based on the Austrian Spritzer, a combination of equal parts white wine and soda water. Another idea is that the name of the drink links to an Austrian wine in the region of the Wachau.

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As festive a drink as they come. You can use either red or white wine as the base for Sangria but to my taste, white Sangria is the way to go. It's smoother than the red kind and it looks more elegant. It goes easy but packs a real punch (no pun intended).


You want your sangria to be well chilled when it's served but instead of diluting all the amazing flavors in the punch bowl with a bunch of melting ice, just put out a bucket of ice so people can fill their glasses with ice before serving themselves. You only need a small bottle of brandy, which should only cost you about seven bucks, but you can make this recipe without it.

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White Sangria


The Black Russian is a cocktail of vodka and coffee liqueur. It contains five parts vodka to two parts coffee liqueur, per IBA specified ingredients. You pour the vodka over ice cubes in an old-fashioned glass and follow by the coffee liqueur.


The drink is a popular lowball known throughout the world. It is so widespread that it (and the White Russian) should be one of the first that ever aspiring bartender commits to memory.


There really is not much to this easy recipe. You will simply pour your favorite vodka and coffee liqueur over ice, stir, and serve. Yet for all its simplicity, there are a few things that you can do to enhance and perfect the Black Russian.

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Black Russian


A Brandy Alexander is a brandy-based cocktail consisting of cognac and crème de cacao . The drink became popular during the early 20th century. It is a variation of an earlier, gin-based cocktail called simply an Alexander.


The Brandy Alexander is a dessert drink: chocolatey, sweet, creamy and smooth. Drinkers sometimes refer to it as a “milkshake” because the alcohol taste is so light. It’s a popular choice for occasional drinkers, but it’s also beloved by many veteran cocktail drinkers.


Don’t be fooled by the taste, however. Far from being weak, this drink contains a standard serving of brandy, plus an ounce of liqueur. The only mixer is an ounce of half-and-half (or, for those of you in regions where half-and-half isn’t a thing, single cream, or equal parts whole milk + whipping cream).

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Brandy Alexander


A mojito is a traditional Cuban highball. Traditionally, a mojito is a cocktail consisting of five ingredients: white rum, sugar, lime juice, soda water, and mint. A watermelon blueberry mojito contains watermelon, blueberries and no sugar. 


The fruity-fresh watermelon blueberry mojito is the perfect “sundowner” and has a major advantage over the classic mojito. You don’t need to add any sugar as this cocktail is naturally sweet! 


If you like mojitos and enjoy fruity drinks. You will love this version of a classic! Just make sure your watermelon is not past its prime. Check if the flesh is dark red and falls apart easily. If so, you may want to wait until you have a watermelon that is not overly ripe as those tend to taste almost a tad bit fermented (not in a good way). A fresh watermelon will make your mojito more flavorful and enjoyable.

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Watermelon Blueberry Mojito

Appletini is an apple martini cocktail. It contains vodka and one or more of apple juice, apple cider, apple liqueur, or apple brandy. Typically, you shake or stir the drink with a sweet and sour mix. And then strain into a cocktail glass. 


The historical past from the apple martini relates to a brief history of the martini. A popular drink within American culture, the increase of the popularity occurs throughout the events of Prohibition. When illegal gin and vodka were smuggled to the people seeking a drink. Afterwards, as alcohol became more accessible, the drink took off.


The martini itself got popular right after James Bond ordered it in the first 007 movie with Sean Connery. Right after a decline, the martini came back. Thanks to variations like the Appletini.

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