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8 Elegant Champagne Coupe Glasses — Product Roundup (The Kitchn)

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The mojito, a traditional Cuban cocktail, is given a summer twist in this Frozen Coconut Mojito Recipe, perfect for sipping poolside or at a BBQ served in World Market Copper Stemless Wine Glasses! #WorldMarketTribe

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How to Make Mai Tais Like the Royal Hawaiian Hotel's

This is the authentic traditional Mai Tai recipe from the "Mai Tai" Bar at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Waikiki.

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27 Wedding Trends We Have to Look Forward to In 2016

Prediction: ”Cocktail Entrees” We just invented this fun dinner idea, and our brides are loving it for 2016 weddings. We rework traditional dishes into grab-and-go cocktail glasses to make an event flow better and let guests try multiple dishes while still getting to socialize and walk around the party. —Modern Art Catering; 24-2016-wedding-trends-1217-courtesy

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28 Bite-Size, Party-Ready Dessert Recipes

While traditional sweets work well for dinner parties, cocktail parties call for finger foods. Petite portions are ideal for a few reasons: most guests won't want to eat an entire slice of pie, miniature desserts typically appear more elegant, and perhaps most importantly, it's best to keep the spread to that which can be eaten with a glass of wine or cocktail in hand. Keep reading for 28 recipes that fit the bill.

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Zombie Brains Shots

Zombie Brains Shots: This ghoulish alcoholic cocktail drink is a nod to the traditional orange and black decorations of Halloween. The cocktail is poured into shot glass rimmed with a wreath of our Halloween blend of sparkling sugar and is made with fresh kiwis and vodka. Fun for Halloween wedding signature drinks, too! Click on the link to get the recipe and get a DIY tutorial on how to sugar rim your glasses at http://try.dellcovespices.com via @dellcovespices

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28 Bite-Size, Party-Ready Dessert Recipes

While traditional sweets work well for dinner parties, cocktail parties call for finger foods. Petite portions are ideal for a few reasons: most guests won't want to eat an entire slice of pie, miniature desserts typically appear more elegant, and perhaps most importantly, it's best to keep the spread to that which can be eaten with a glass of wine or cocktail in hand. Keep reading for 28 recipes that fit the bill.

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My grandparents had a Old Fashioned kit (glasses, bitters, and booze in a little carrying case - they traveled a lot!) and used to have two at "happy hour" while grandmom cooked dinner! =)

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I think reception drinks are super important, you could still opt for the ordinary pimms or on trend prosecco, a glass of champagne on arrival if you wanted something traditional, or you could go p…

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One of the most traditional of Caribbean drinks - Sorrel! Learn how to make this 'must-have' drink by clicking through.

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Traditional New Orleans Hurricane

Recipe: Traditional New Orleans Hurricane Ingredients 2 oz. light rum 2 oz. dark rum 2 oz. passion fruit juice 1 oz. orange juice 1/2 oz. fresh lime juice 1 Tbsp. simple syrup 1 Tbsp. grenadine Ora...

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Manhattan Cocktail Recipe

The Manhattan cocktail is made by stirring together rye or Canadian whiskey with sweet red vermouth and a dash of bitters. The drink is usually finished with a cocktail cherry and is traditionally served in a cocktail glass.

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Perfect White Russian Ingredients 1.5 oz vodka 1 oz Kahlua (or your preferred coffee liqueur) 1 oz heavy cream 1 cinnamon stick (optional) 2-3 large ice cubes Recipe 1. Place ice cubes in a lowball glass. Add vodka, Kahlua and heavy cream. 2. Stir with cinnamon stick to add a little flavor (or a spoon to keep it traditional). Leave cinnamon stick in as a garnish.

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Candy Cane Cups

Candy Cane Cups - easy homemade candy cane shot glasses! Fill them with your favorite holiday cocktail or hot chocolate | From http://SugarHero.com

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This traditional brandy-based cocktail is usually topped off with orange liqueur and lemon juice, then served in a sugared glass with a twist of lemon.

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Snowball - Go retro this Christmas with this classic cocktail, the Snowball, which was popular in the 60s and 70s. Just mix advocaat, 7-Up and a dash of lime cordial, whisk and serve in a tall glass with a cherry on a cocktail stick. For a stronger drink try a shot of vodka for a Russian Snowball.

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