With the change of seasons comes the need for a fresh menu of seasonal cocktails. Here are some warm cocktail recipes that are sure to make fall and winter a little cozier.
Whether you are creating a southern cocktail for yourself or having a large gathering, our cocktail recipes have you covered. We have low-calorie cocktails, Tennessee whiskey cocktails, the perfect mint julep made with Kentucky bourbon and even punches that are easy to make and impress a crowd!
If you’re enjoying Labor Day at home, whip up one of these easy three-ingredient cocktail recipes from two beloved Southern dining destinations. Cheers! Image: Courtesy of St. Joe Hospitality
For the best watermelon margarita we’ve had, which is super easy to make, check out this recipe and smile, it’s the weekend! And, we’ve included a playlist to make the weekend that much better.
Some of our favorite wine and spirits stores are making sure we have fully stocked bars while we’re all home-bound. We’ve got your Nashville guide to curbside pickup and home delivery.
If you’re not drinking this holiday season, here are some great mocktail beverages and mixer options to have on hand.
When the weather is nippy, warm up from the inside out with a tasty winter cocktail. This recipe will be one to enjoy throughout the season.
If you are looking for a tasty, refreshing, low calorie, low carb cocktail — that is easy to make — we’ve got you covered.
A bubbly spritzer completes the ideal summer day. Check out these three tasty cocktail recipes and then whip them up for yourself. Image: Cynthia Hoyt of Darling Down South
A group of gals gathered in celebration of a friend’s birthday, and the event was picture perfect! Entertainer extraordinaire and the host of the summer get-together shares how she put on the event as well as the recipes for the memorable dishes she served.
When it comes time to raise a glass, here are a few fresh ideas to breathe new life into your seasonal cocktail menu.