Everyone is drinking the Paloma right now. It's citrus freshness is hard to resist. Here's how you can this must-try cocktail even better.
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Whether you're calling friends for a s'mores party around the fire pit or packing the cooler to catch the best weekend fall festivals, these drinks suit every crisp-weather occasion. First off, the colors are gorgeous. Just like fall leaves! Each one also packs cozy flavors. Some are sippers to pour over ice; others you'll want to cup in a big mug.
Give mimosas a tropical spin with a super-easy Pina Colada Mimosa recipe. Part wine slushie, part classic mimosa, this recipe will wow at tiki parties, brunch and girls weekends.
Southerners are iced tea experts, and this spiked iced tea hits every mark. Sweet and refreshing, plus a little fizz and a Duplin wine kick.
Duplin Sweet Lily has a summer romance with Italian limoncello and a few scoops of gelato in a drink sure to steal your heart. Enjoy this cocktail in spring too! Serve the Limoncello Spritz at showers, Mother's Day brunch or as an al fresco dessert after dinner in the garden.
Green beer is dandy, but the St. Patrick's Du-Mosa Mimosa packs a tasty punch sure to put the blarney in your brunch. Somewhere between cocktail and mimosa, it's a fancy green spritzer with a hint of sweet melon.
This St. Patrick's Day drink is proof that some storms can be fun. And, yes, the ingredients actually swirl like a storm. Irish cream, crème de menthe and Duplin Muscadine Moscato spin under clouds of mini marshmallows in single, yummy shot that everyone at your St. Patrick's Day party will want to try. Pour the Duplin Irish Storm into fancy liqueur glasses and serve it as part of your St. Patrick's Day desserts bar.
Need a light drink for your post-holiday detox? Try the Tangerine Fizz. Just a little sweet red wine and a lot of fresh tangerine juice full of vitamin C make this cocktail a tasty, low-alcohol choice to fulfill your New Year's resolutions.