Happy National Cocoa Day! Whether you call it hot chocolate, hot cocoa, or interchange the two, it’s a great drink to celebrate. Hot cocoa by itself is delicious, but can easily be more delicious with the addition of whip cream, marshmallows, peppermint, or alcohol! It’s true that adding a little Baileys or other cream liquors to cocoa makes it taste great, but there is so much more you can do to! Below are 3 boozy cocoa recipes to help you celebrate today.
We just wanted to say Thank You to the Runway Collection for letting us serve their vendor party Wednesday night! We had a great time with amazing people, and even better drinks. Here is a look at a great night.
Hanukkah does not have many signature cocktails, or they are well kept secrets. Either way, when you look up holiday cocktails, the holiday people seem to have in mind is Christmas. Below are some Hanukkah cocktails. Combine these four cocktails with the four kosher wines we shared last week and you have a different drink for every night of Hanukkah.
When a lot of people think about kosher wines, they are thinking about mevushal wines. These wines are not made under a Rabbi’s supervision, and therefore need to be boiled to remove impurities. Boiling the wine can severely affect the taste. There are however, many wines made just like other wines, with a few extra steps to make sure they are kept kosher. These wines do not need to be boiled therefore the flavor is unaltered. Below is a list of four kosher wines for Hanukkah this year.
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