Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. Heat cranberry juice with cranberry vodka, lemon juice, honey, bitters and cinnamon for a festive warm-me-up drink. Pieces of grapefruit and orange make this punch a party-ready take on the classic tequila sunrise. Courtesy of The Love Song Bar. Our crowd-pleasing spiked cider will keep guests warm and lively.
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Mix some magic in a Mason jar with a bourbon, citrus juice and bitters base overflowing with shaved ice and a garnish of fresh mint and muddled blackberries. Serve over crushed ice. Add a cinnamon stick and let it infuse overnight. This version of a Spanish sangria is ripe with summer fruit; its light, crisp flavors complement seafood and poultry. Bourbon complements the flavors from real ginger and ginger beer.
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Throughout the Caribbean, rum punches flecked with nutmeg have been served steadily since the colonial era. Sweet citrus, whiskey, and a pleasantly bitter gentian-flavored liqueur combine in an elegant punch concocted by New York City cocktail bar The Dead Rabbit. Ginger Bell Cocktail If you're a fan of ginger, then this cocktail is for you. No punch bowl, no problem. If you're a lover of berries, this is the cocktail for you.
Drink this coffee black—the fruit, Cointreau and simple syrup sweeten things up, so you don't even miss milk or cream. Liven up your lager, ale, stout, and more with all kinds of creative mix-ins. Serve up one of these signature drinks at your Halloween shindig. Blackberry-Bourbon Iced Tea. Gina's Super Bowl Punch This crowd-ready punch is filled with vodka, beer, limeade and club soda. This fizzy beer cocktail goes down easy. To get the most flavor out of the berries and mint, Michael Chiarello employs a common bartending technique called muddling.