You can’t throw a truly festive Halloween party without a great signature cocktail. Smokey, moody spirits with a bold hit of spice come to mind. While the palette of these cocktails naturally skews towards the darker spectrum, you can definitely elevate them with bright garnishes and a few clever additions that are part trick and most definitely a treat. Read on for some of our most favorite & flavorful concoctions.
If you chose to get married in the fall, you're likely aware of the season's unique advantages. From the earthy color palettes (think rust, copper, and mustard!), to the floral offerings, there are so many pretty elements that are unique to this time of year. But if you want to pay homage to your date in a smaller way that won't impact your big day's overarching aesthetic, then look towards the bar—specifically, to your signature cocktail. Whether you serve up a spiked hot beverage that keeps out the chill, present a drink the color of rich cognac, or top it all off with an in-season fruit garnish, your fall-inspired sip will surely impress your guests.
Don’t you just love Prosecco cocktails? I know that here at My Bar Service, easy Prosecco cocktails are some of our favorite. Especially for National Prosecco Day. These Prosecco cocktails are a perfect fit for just about any party or event. Whether you’re hosting a brunch, happy hour, anniversary or even bridal shower these delicious and easy cocktail recipes are guaranteed to be a hit.
There’s a lot to cheers to on July 4th. So what a better way to celebrate our great nation than with a 4th of July cocktail in hand? Whether you're interested in making patriotic-themed refreshments the same colors as the flag or want to pack tons of fruity flavor into a single drink, these 4th of July cocktails are just the thing your friends and family need to cool off during a hot 4th of July pool party or cookout. The adult guests at your holiday party will love this 7 festive cocktail recipes.
Father's Day & beer go hand-in-hand, but that doesn't mean you have to settle for a six-pack. This round of beer-soaked cocktail recipes has a little something that dad is going to enjoy and will keep him buzzing with flavors all day long. We have got you covered with the trendiest craft beer cocktails below. Keep on reading!
Today we are celebrating Wine Day! And what a better way to celebrate, than by writing a blog explaining all the basic information you need to know about the styles of wine.
We have nine separate categories according to their body, color and other attributes. The list includes all red, white, rosé, sparkling and dessert wines, and you can use this categorization to help you approach ordering wine to either pair with your food or to enjoy on its own. We are sure all wine lovers will love this blog.
Cinco de Mayo is a time to celebrate, and if your go-to liquor is tequila, you're in luck! We've got plenty of margarita recipes made with you in mind. And if you need some food to go along with those refreshing cocktails, check out Cinco De Mayo Food Recipes from our sister company Cocktails Catering. Cheers!
We’re decades into the craft beer movement and the different types, styles and flavor profiles of modern beers never seem to end. Knowing how to describe a particular beer is incredibly important. It's amazing to have knowledge on everything you serve, so that's the main reason on why we created this blog.
Today, April 7th we celebrate BEER DAY, and of course we are beer lovers. There’s a beer already created to fit your mood and taste. And, if you’re not sure what beer might please your palate, no need to worry, we’ve got you covered.
On March 27th we celebrate International Whiskey Day. The event was created in honor of the British writer Michael Jackson, he used to write important books about whiskey and beer. The best way to celebrate this day is trying new things, new recipes and different types of Whiskey, make sure you have a good company. Whiskey is traditionally taken on the rocks, but why not try something different? We have some ideas, so here we go...
Bloody Marys have an interesting history that no one can really agree on. Many different people and bars lay claim to first making the drink. It is mostly agreed, but not confirmed, that the first Bloody Mary was made in the Harry’s Bar in Paris by bartender Ferdinand “Pete” Petiot. The name is the hardest to pin down. Some say it is named for Queen Mary I of England whose nickname was Bloody Mary.