The Jefferson's Palmer
There's no better time to sip on a tea cocktail than summertime. For ladies and gents looking to sip on something sweet, Trey Zoeller, founder and master blender of Jefferson’s Bourbon, created the Jefferson's Palmer, the alcoholic version of the Arnold Palmer. Perfect for boozy brunches and barbecues, the drink is made with limoncello liqueur, fresh lemon juice, and strong English Breakfast tea.
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This original cocktail from Anchor Distilling Company, featuring Pink Pigeon Rum, Luxardo Cherry Liqueur, and topped with a maraschino cherry, is a cocktail dripping in Valentine's cheer.
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Solerno
When it comes to hosting family-friendly holiday parties, few think of offering alcoholic and non-alcoholic variations of the same drink. We developed this blood-orange flavored soda with children, and those who don't imbibe, in mind.Inspired by the fresh flavors and vibrant colors of blood oranges, which appear in markets just before Christmas, and the unique shape of the red glass bottles of Solerno, this cocktail is simple to make, while the slightly-sweet citrus flavor is both refreshing and satisfying.Solerno is a clear Sicilian blood orange liqueur, made from whole blood orange fruit and essential oils. The bottle is a deep red, like the flesh of a blood orange, and takes on a unique design — the bottom features a punt (the indent on wine bottles) that resembles an orange juice strainer. Just looking at the bottle may make you thirsty for a cocktail.While the recipe below is for an adult version, you can leave out the liqueur for a kid-friendly blood orange soda. No one will know the difference.
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martini
By drizzling chocolate syrup into a frosted martini glass, this recipe will create a delicious milkshake and martini fusion. Shake and strain the chocolate vodka, crème peanut rum, and chocolate liqueur soon after you take the glasses out of the freezer to make sure your drinks stay cold.
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Frangelicocoa Cocktail
This cocktail couldn’t be easier to make. Cocoa is perfect for sipping on a cold winter’s night. Spike it with the nutty goodness of Frangelico, and you’ve got the makings of a sweet and chocolatey cocktail that guests will love. Leave a bowl of freshly whipped cream nearby for garnish.
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This drink is delicious any time of the day, and is light enough to keep drinking — responsibly. It's perhaps best suited to an after-dinner situation, as herbal liqueur Fernet-Branca is said to aid in digestion and settle an upset stomach. It’s a simple, easy-drinking cocktail that looks as dark and manly as anything in the bar.This recipe is from Thirstie, the on-demand alcohol delivery app with a twist. 
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Whiskey Cocktail
Simple syrup, fresh juice, and allspice liqueur is combined with sweet bourbon for a fun, fruity drink.This recipe is courtesy of Virgil Kaine.
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This favorite takes on a seasonal twist with a splash of Irish cream liqueur and green food coloring. The decadent brownie and swirl topping will leave everyone tapping their feet to a Celtic tune.
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Want a better version of your Long Island Iced Tea? Look no further: Boston seafood restaurant Legal Seafoods mixes up a Peach Tea Punch. It's a grownup, more sophisticated cocktail with the flavor of tea and a mix of rums, cognac, and peach liqueur. (Warning: The recipe is for an entire punch, not just one cocktail, so you know, don't drink the whole thing. It's no longer cool to black out after a Long Island Iced Tea.) 
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This Valentine’s Day, Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts is spilling the beans on the perfect way to celebrate with your special somebody!  According to a recent global survey commissioned by the hotel brand, coffee trumps sex as the ideal wake-up call for more than half (53%) of respondents, which means on February 14th, forget the flowers, lose the lingerie, and say bye-bye to that box of chocolates – the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift is cozying up with your sweetheart and a piping hot cup of joe! Just in time for the holiday, Le Méridien’s Master Baristas, on-propery coffee experts, have whipped up decadent coffee beverages and coffee cocktails that are easy to make at home and the perfect way to celebrate!
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Robin’s Egg Boozy Shake
If you love those crunchy, pastel candy eggs, you are going to love this drink. All you’ll need is your favorite ice cream, a little a coffee-flavored liqueur, and a few crushed-up candy eggs. Bet you never knew your kid’s Easter basket would be such a treat for you, huh?
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Strawberry Sparkler Recipe
Strawberries and Champagne go together like kisses at midnight. A shot of tequila makes this a powerhouse cocktail that makes it a great option for both sweet-style drinkers and those that like the strong stuff.
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