Good times with good friends or reenergizing solo moments start with good drink recipes.
The secret elevating a Mojito from good to addicting is using this fresh mint syrup.
This is the secret to a better—and faster—Mojito cocktail.
Somedays, the sun shines so bright that your thermometer seems close to shattering. Surviving when it's scorching hot outside is a struggle. It feels like it's easier to sweat than to produce a thought. The cold mineral water will quench your thirst, the lime juice replenishes your electrolytes, and the
Deconstructed Drinks is reader-supported. When you buy through links on this site, I may earn an affiliate commission at no cost to you. Learn more. When everything seems to be going wrong - problems pile on top of problems, and that 'glass-half-empty' feeling starts taking over—a high proof cocktail
This is a flavor enhancement on the traditional Cafe Old Fashioned. It adds more vanilla notes, and the chocolate bitters compliment the flavors from the oak chips.
Matcha is a new staple with Millennials and Gen Z. Everyone just loves the calming and energizing effects of matcha. The Japanese have been using this stuff for centuries; it’s packed with antioxidants and health benefits.
I made this recipe to add another layer of flavor on coffee drinks. At the coffeeshop, we used this on a hot coffee drink sweetened with a spice syrup. This can also be used to level up an Irish coffee cocktail.
Sometimes you need a little help with serving cocktails at a gathering. That’s where bottled Margaritas comes in handy.
Deconstructed Drinks is reader-supported. When you buy through links on this site, I may earn an affiliate commission at no cost to you. Learn more. If you love margs and Old Fashioneds, a Mezcal Margarita might just be your new jam. Smoke and citrus make for a surprisingly good couple.
This is a non alcoholic coffee cocktail that's crisp, bubbly, and zesty (via the tonic).
There are occasions in which, after a long day's worth of daytime work, you still need to keep your hustle through the evening. You need some liquid inspiration and relaxation—but also a tamed boost of energy. The Last Word is a Prohibition-Era cocktail that's equal parts gin, green chartreuse,