Sparkling Rosé Margarita

A glass full of Sparkling Rosé Magarita

The iconic drink, The Margarita, is a summer essential. And, we have quite a few variations in our recipe archives. Our latest infatuation, The Sparkling Rosé Margarita, is tasty, fresh, and a tad bubbly.

We prefer using a dry sparkling rosé for this recipe so the flavors are not overpowered by sweetness. And, feel free to switch up the fruit to reflect the season.

Serve in an elegant punch bowl for a gathering, a pitcher during a conversation with friends, or a thermos at the beach. This recipe is great for the holiday weekend or graduation parties.

Sparkling Rosé Margarita Recipe
Adapted from Liquor.com
Yields 10 servings Read more…

Rosé Sangria

A glass of Rosé Sangria on a tablecloth

While highlighting Rosé All May, we offer this refreshing Rosé Sangria made with rosé wine, grapefruit liqueur, and fresh berries.

The grapefruit adds a tangy bitter flavor balanced by a hint of sweetness. And, the rosy hue of the rosé is enhanced with pink berries.

Rosé wine is the unofficial drink of summertime, and our sangria recipe lends a bubbly freshness to the season.

Rosé Sangria Recipe
Adapted from Liquor.com
Yields 4 to 6 servings Read more…

Tamarind Whiskey Sour

Tamarind Whiskey Sour cocktail on a table

There is no real tradition of mixed drinks in India like we have in the West. And, this Tamarind Whiskey Sour marries the flavors of tamarind with whiskey beautifully.

This fusion cocktail pairs well with spicy food, such as Indian cuisine. This is a special drink that is simple to prepare.

Tamarind Whiskey Sour Recipe
Adapted from Pixels and Crumbs
Yields one cocktail Read more…

Basic Lassi with Variations

Photo of a Basic Lassi against a grey background.

The lassi is a classic non-alcoholic drink that is much more than a mocktail. It is perfectly paired with Indian food. And, it stands on its own as a delicious beverage any time of day. The basic lassi is surprisingly easy to make. They drink it ice cold in India. So, it is perfect for the warmer months.

We are familiar with mango lassis served at Indian restaurants around the Bay Area. But, did you know that this is just one of many variations that occur across India? We are posting a recipe for a basic lassi and also seven yummy variations that include papaya, banana, mint, and chai spice.

Basic Lassi Recipe
Yields 2 servings

Lassi is a simple yogurt-based beverage that’s very popular in Indian cuisine. And, we mean really simple. It consists of yogurt, water, and typically some spices and or fruit. Read more…