Coffee Nog, Orange-Eggnog Punch and Russian Egg Nog.
A liqueur with a dark past and even once banned in the U.S. Now, a delicious conversation piece cocktail.
Rimmed in Irish mead and crushed chocolate-covered toffee - Hot coffee and whiskey topped with Guinness Whipped Cream
Created for marshmallow lovers.
Live from Vilcabamba, Ecuador, this week's Chow Time shows you how to prepare a refreshing lime and rum cocktail.
Creamy hot chocolate featuring fine dark chocolate, real vanilla extract and soft whipped cream.
This will be the most involved cup of cocoa you'll ever make, but it will also be the best. Have one in front of a roaring fire with your sweetie.
A whipped coffee recipe from South Korea that is taking the world by storm.
A fresh take on one of the world's most popular cocktails - from one of my favorite restaurants on St. Barths.
A delicious combination of a Manhattan and a White Russian.
Inspired by the first time I tried Limoncello on Italy's Amalfi Coast
A triple-rum pineapple punch called The Arrrgh.
Two delightful cocktails for the Christmas season.
A Cuban cocktail featuring lime and fresh mint. Ernest Hemingway's favorite drink.
A completely refreshing drink.
Inspired by the waves crashing on the California coast, a pale blue rum-lime blender drink with the secret ingredient of...beer!
After (too) much experimenting, I came up with the perfect tropical rum punch.
From the Dragon Room Bar at the historic Pink Adobe Restaurant in Santa Fe, New Mexico. One of the most interesting margaritas I've had.
A unique taste sensation for your next party.
A creamy, tropical rum punch with all the flavors of an island getaway.
Liquid candy - only three ingredients.
Sugar cane, Coconut Palms, Apricot and cherry and lemon trees, gingerroot and mint leaves are all involved.
An introduction to this award-winning elderflower liqueur - and a great cocktail.
It took years of practice, but I think I’ve got the best Irish Coffee recipe around.
A very refreshing libation!
A frozen version of this historic cocktail that was invented for a royal wedding in England in 1922.