This recipe might be my favorite on the list. This peachy cocktail will take you to a porch swing in Macon, Georgia no matter where you are.
This spiked tea recipe has a refreshing island twist that makes it perfect as a summery cocktail.
This cocktail is totally grown-up; it's sophisticated and light but still gets the job done.
I love the juxtaposition of the delicate chamomile flowers against the whiskey. This one's a little less traditional; you'll be using a chamomile tea.
Simple. Spiked. Right to the point.
You can't talk about cocktails without including a martini, and this one is perfect.
This recipe is perfect for early on in the month, when nights are still a little chilly. The heavy cream base makes it well suited for a refreshing treat that won't set your teeth chattering.
The Long Island is technically a cheater tea, since there's no actual ice tea to be found in the recipe. Even so, any home bartender needs to have this recipe in their repertoire. Serve with caution, though, because this "tea" can get you to your happy place a lot quicker than most!
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