Dubbed the Painkiller, this drink does just that but not through the numbing effects of alcohol but through it’s delicious taste. The Painkiller resembles the Pina Colada in taste; however, it packs a much stronger punch due to it having rum in one serving. The presence of more rum also creates a smoother texture to the drink than its more sweet counterpart.
The Mai Tai is a perfect drink for a hot summer day on the beach (or even a cold day at home). The mix of rum and sugar dances with satisfaction on the tongue while the fresh lime juice gives it the tang that you’ll be craving.
The timeless horchata is arguably the best cinnamon beverage out there. How can we make it even better? You guessed it. Alcohol. This refreshing drink combines the fresh, simple, and sweet taste of the classic cinnamon Horchata with white rum and sherry for a sinful adult treat.
Absinthe cocktails are few and far between. However, when done right, these cocktails sometimes can convert you into exclusively wanting them. The Green Beast cocktail is a pure example of that. Easy to make, whether for yourself or for your crowd. A refreshing drink filled with water, enjoy it anytime you’re feeling a little summery.
Hey! We heard you wanted a drink that’ll get you “swole” meanwhile letting you get your buzz on. Look no further than the Pisco Sour. Although the Pisco is not a common household item, the favorable taste of the Pisco Sour is sure to be commonplace. The drink is not hard to make, and quite frankly, fun to make.
The key when cooking or ordering steak is not to pinpoint a “one size fits all” suggestion. Rather, by considering the cut and preparation of the steak alongside personal preference, one can find a myriad of options to accompany any bovine feast. Let’s consider steak and wine pairings by cut.