Kelly Bryson Pearce: There's probably nothing I love more than a giant margarita. Beach. Mexico. Chips and guac. Those are just some of my favorite things and they go so well with a margarita! What I've learned, though, is that premade mixes are not the way to go when it comes to my beloved libation. Just a few fresh ingredients and a quality tequila not only make for a tastier drink, but also help curb the hangovers ... and let's face it, we can all use a little help in that department. Cheers!
Pace Webb ( http://tasteofpace.blogspot.com ): This is a refreshing and bright take on a champagne cocktail. It's simple to prepare. You make it right in the glass so no messy shakers. Best of all, it only uses three ingredients: champagne, acai juice which adds a nice berry flavor (and is also good for you!), and fresh squeezed lime which balances the sweetness. It's the perfect cocktail for a party or even a lazy Sunday brunch. Cheers!
Jenny Park ( http://spoonforkbacon.com ): Looking for a way to jazz up the bubbly this new year's eve? Try this refreshing take on a champagne cocktail that incorporates pomegranate seeds and brandy. This cocktail is easy to make and tasty, too! It's the perfect way to ring in the new year. 3...2...1... Cheers!
This cool and refreshing cocktail is inspired by Best Picture nominee "Midnight in Paris". Woody Allen brought the sights and sounds of 1920's Paris to life in this darling film, and now we're giving you a taste of it! Try serving this easy-to-make cocktail at your Oscars party. Cheers!
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