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Port Authority

For the 2016 NFL season, we had a bartender from each NFL team’s hometown provide the perfect cocktail to represent their team. For the Tampa Buccaneers, bartender Daniel Guess of Tampa’s Fly says he decided to tap into Tampa’s rich centuries-old rum history by swapping the Port of Call cocktail’s gin for port-barrel-finished rum. “The name Port Authority came to mind because of our bustling port system here in Tampa,” says Guess. The two-toned drink represents the Bucs’ team colors.


"'I found out what your 'drug-stores' were.' He turned to us and spoke rapidly. 'He and this Wolfsheim bought up a log of side-street drug stores here and in Chicago and sold grain alcohol over the counter. That's one of his little stunts. I picked him for a bootlegger the first time I saw him, and I wasn't far wrong'" (133).

from U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council

Blueberry Honey Bee Cocktail

As tasty as the name is adorable, this blueberry honey bee cocktail combines the sticky sweet flavor of honey with the freshness of blueberries for a drink that hits the spot this holiday season.

from 40 Aprons

Champagne Margarita

I got myself a push present. Beforehand, I thought push presents were a little strange, because.. isn’t the baby the push present? Like, all I care about is meeting little Leo (did I tell you we named him? We named him!) and if O gave me a pair of earrings at the same time I...Read More »

from The Cocktail Project

Sex On The Beach

With a sexy name and sweet and fruity flavor, this 80s classic cocktail is a must-make Labor Day Drink. A vodka-based cocktail at heart, the Sex On the Beach drink is bursting with the taste of tree-ripe peaches, cranberries and pineapple juice. See how to make it at

from Supergolden Bakes

Festive cocktails: The Red Queen

Beautiful, capricious and a little dangerous... this festive gin-based cocktail was named after the Red Queen in Alice in Wonderland.


7 Scotch Cocktails Your Dad Will Love

Old Fashioned It’s hard to go wrong with this tried and true sipper, but while an Old Fashioned usually calls for bourbon or rye whiskey, the drink’s name refers to the original definition of a cocktail: a combination of liquor (of any kind), sugar, water and bitters. So we say put aside the American whiskey and add a jigger of Scotch. This just might be your dad’s new favorite.