cocktails

Your cocktail order reveals a lot about your personality, be it classic, adventurous, or boring; Be careful what you ask for.

  • Elliot Adamson
    Published 13 days ago
    Pick Your Poison: The Snakebite

    Pick Your Poison: The Snakebite

    A cocktail love child born from gothic British pubs and raised by Mediterranean summers.
  • Muse.Monkey
    Published 13 days ago
    Christmas In July

    Christmas In July

    Christmas is my favorite season and I just couldn’t wait.
  • Andy Clark
    Published 13 days ago
    Shootin' The Breeze

    Shootin' The Breeze

    Summer is here; the birds are singing, the bees are buzzing, the grass tickles beneath your bare feet and the smell of sun-cream is already transporting you to far-flung places filled with heat and relaxation.
  • Sandra
    Published 14 days ago
    On the rocks - Sandra’s mojito with a twist

    On the rocks - Sandra’s mojito with a twist

    Among my friends, I’m known for my homemade syrups and juices. I use herbs grown in my amazing garden if I may say so myself, or I collect in the forest nearby. For the fruit-based drinks, I always use organic fruit grown by me or collected in the wild. This gives my syrups an amazing freshness and a full flavor that is unmatched by any factory-made drink.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 14 days ago
    Third Place in On the Rocks Challenge
    Aunt Ginger and Uncle Angostura

    Aunt Ginger and Uncle Angostura

    So, I have this stomach ache. And it sucks. I feel as if Democrats and Republicans have just met outside of Congress and they’re fighting over a bill before it is even passed on Capitol Hill. Dad offers a simple concoction: ginger ale and Angostura bitters. Though no ice is involved, the drink is still cold. I imbibe the simple cocktail and revel in the smoothness and richness of the bubbles going down to my unruly stomach.
  • Sandra Matos
    Published 14 days ago
    Cucumber Summer Splash

    Cucumber Summer Splash

    Let me start by admitting that I am not a big drinker. I always loved a cocktail or two or three when I went out with friends, but I have never cared for a cocktail at home. It usually makes me sleepy and unproductive.
  • Paul Bokserman
    Published 15 days ago
    Day drunk

    Day drunk

    Smoothies are the sh*t and I refuse to believe otherwise. If you don't like cold, fruity, and just strong enough on a hot day in good, socially distant company, then close this page and rethink some life decisions (medical conditions exempt).
  • B Gooch
    Published 16 days ago
    Chasing a ‘Summers Kiss’ in winter

    Chasing a ‘Summers Kiss’ in winter

    June signifies that ‘winter has arrived’ in Australia. The day days are shorter, the weather is horrendous and people opt to stay home (enjoying their creature comforts) rather than head out in the freezing cold. Barbecues, backyard cricket and days lazing on the beach are nothing but a distant memory.
  • Tiffany Scarlett
    Published 16 days ago
    A Drink for the Allergic.

    A Drink for the Allergic.

    If you've looked at my profile picture before or after you read the title, you may have estimated an article about the "Asian flush".
  • Mr. Eriq
    Published 16 days ago
    Champagne Taste on a White Claw Budget

    Champagne Taste on a White Claw Budget

    Sunday Brunch has been a tradition between my friends and me for as long as we’ve been old enough to drink. Nothing starts the week better than spending a Sunday morning with a mimosa in one hand and a dollar bill to tip a Drag performer with the other. Between glasses, we spend time sharing plans for the next weekend while dreading having to go back to work the next day. This is a small luxury we love to take part in, but sadly that came to an unforeseeable break when COVID-19 resulted in a Stay at Home Order. With these new guidelines and restrictions in place, my workplace found it better for everyone to work from home, so I ran to the nearby grocery store after my last shift.
  • Meg Robin
    Published 16 days ago
    A Walk in the Park

    A Walk in the Park

    About 5 years ago I had gotten my bartenders license hoping I’d be able to get a job as a bartender. It was a 4 weekend course in Toronto...I’m sorry on the other end of Toronto; but it was worth it, or so I thought. I never got a job because nobody wants an inexperienced bartender and my family loves to take advantage of everything I had learned especially the fact that I could now basically be the cover for any of their gatherings for events because they could tell owners that “yes we have a licensed bartender on the premises.”
  • Juniper Jones
    Published 18 days ago
    Slip Into A Canadian Favorite

    Slip Into A Canadian Favorite

    To my shock and dismay there aren’t too many people that know of this drink and I will pass it on for those that want to experience a summer like no other.